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‘To all people of good will’: Church leaders declare day of...

Overseas archdioceses call for Holy Thursday to be a day of prayer for democracy and peace in the Asian nation

Myanmar’s security forces have killed more than 500 civilians, group says

Despite the violence, crowds still turn out in towns across the country, according to media and social media posts

Thousands take to the streets again in Myanmar after bloodiest day...

UN Special Rapporteur for Myanmar says military carrying out ‘mass murder’

SPOTLIGHT: Amid military violence, Myanmar’s people find empathy and solidarity

City people now see military differently, they now feel empathy with ethnic minorities, says Karen man

Asian cardinals issue appeal for peace, reconciliation in Myanmar

There is too much anger, too much violence, too much blood shed, too much suffering and pain inflicted on a peace-loving populace, they say

Cardinal Bo vows support for non-violent protests, warns protesters against violence

I am fully committed at all levels to reduce violence in the streets and for the protection of lives, cardinal says

Myanmar coup opponents win new support in ethnic borderlands

A quarter of Myanmar's 53 million population lives in an area where at least one ethnic armed group claims territory

Fears of ‘digital dictatorship’ as Myanmar deploys AI

Most of the equipment used is from Chinese technology firm Huawei

Myanmar nun heartened by pope citing her protection of protestors

We suffer alongside our people, says Sister Ann Rose Nu Tawng

Pope Francis: ‘I kneel on the streets of Myanmar and say...

‘I too reach out my arms and say — may dialogue prevail,’ pope adds

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