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Myanmar’s Catholic bishops call for dialogue as tension continues to rise

As a nation known for its pristine spiritual spring, let us invest our energy in reconciliation, bishops say

Strike grips Myanmar, anti-coup protesters defy junta’s lethal warning

Three weeks after seizing power, the military have failed to stop daily protests and a civil disobedience movement

Myanmar protester dies after 10 days on life support; pressure on...

She was hit by what doctors said was a live bullet at a protest in the capital, Naypyitaw

Journalists detained in Myanmar, junta criminalizes press freedoms

Arrests and detentions of journalists have created a fearsome chilling effect on working journalists, rights group says

Bishop urges people of Myanmar not to lose hope amidst political...

Filipino prelate says Myanmar people have to remain courageous despite challenges

UN warns Myanmar against harsh response to protesters

As well as the demonstrations in towns and cities, a civil disobedience movement has brought strikes that are crippling many functions of govt

Armored vehicles deployed to major Myanmar cities after mass protests

At least 400 people have been detained since the coup, monitoring group says

More Catholic priest, nuns join protests in Myanmar

Now we stand with the people in their sufferings, priest says

Setting aside divisions, Myanmar’s ethnic groups unite against coup

Protests have taken place across the Southeast Asian nation of some 53 million people

Suu Kyi aide among new wave of arrests in Myanmar

Kyaw Tint Swe and four other people linked to previous govt taken from their homes overnight

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