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Showing posts with label Anti-Junta. Show all posts
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Monday, August 23, 2021

Myanmar’s Anti-Junta Resistance Inflicting Rising Casualties: Report

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Nearly seven months since the coup, the armed resistance to the military junta continues to grow and expand.

A civilian militia group in Myanmar claims that it killed around 50 soldiers and injured a number more in a series of landmine attacks in Magwe Region last week, the latest sign of rising resistance to the military junta that seized power in February.

According to a report in The Irrawaddy, which cited a representative from the People’s Defense Force (PDF) in Gangaw township, the casualties stemmed from two incidents. The first took place on August 19, when a vehicle carrying junta soldiers, one of a convoy of six, triggered a landmine planted by the civilian resistance on the Gangaw-Kale Highway. At least 20 soldiers were killed in the explosion and many others were injured, according to The Irrawaddy.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Myanmar army clashes with anti-junta militia in major city

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23 June 2021

A military handout photograph shows soldiers and police arresting people during a raid in Mandalay

The army in Myanmar's second city, Mandalay, has clashed with a local militia opposed to February's military coup.

The clashes are the first time the People's Defense Forces (PDF) have come up against the army in a major city.

The defence force is a collective name for militia groups that have sprung up in Myanmar since the coup.

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Army clashes with anti-junta militia in Mandalay, Myanmar's second-biggest city

CNN
Story by Reuters
June 22, 2021

In Myanmar's jungles, protesters are training to fight the junta 02:30


Myanmar security forces backed by armored vehicles on Tuesday clashed with a newly formed militia group in Mandalay, the country's second-biggest city, according to social media posts from the group and media reports.

Since the army seized power on February 1 and removed the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi, the security forces have quashed protests opposing military rule. In response, groups of opponents of the coup known as people's defense forces have sprung up across Myanmar.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Myanmar’s anti-junta protesters go online to support Rohingya

DAWN
AFP
June 14, 2021


YANGON: Anti-junta protesters flooded Myanmar’s social media with pictures of themselves wearing black on Sunday in a show of solidarity with the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Since the military ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power in a February 1 coup, an anti-junta movement demanding a return to democracy has grown to include fighting for ethnic minority rights.

Anti-junta protesters in Myanmar show support for Rohingya

TRT
14.06.2021

The mostly Muslim Rohingya - long viewed as interlopers from Bangladesh by many in Myanmar - have for decades been denied citizenship, rights, access to services and freedom of movement.
Myanmar has been rocked by mass protest since the military ousted civilian leader Aung Sang Suu Kyi in February 2021. (AFP)

Anti-junta protesters have flooded Myanmar's social media with pictures of themselves wearing black in a show of solidarity for the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Activists and civilians took to social media on Sunday to post pictures of themselves wearing black and flashing a three-finger salute of resistance, in posts tagged "#Black4Rohingya".

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Myanmar's anti-junta movement shows viral support for Rohingya

France24
Yangon (AFP)
13/06/2021
Myanmar has been rocked by mass protest since the military ousted civilian leader Aung Sang Suu Kyi in February STR AFP

Anti-junta protesters flooded Myanmar's social media with pictures of themselves wearing black Sunday in a show of solidarity for the Rohingya, a minority group that is among the most persecuted in the country.

Since the military ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power in a February 1 coup, an anti-junta movement demanding a return to democracy has grown to include fighting for ethnic minority rights.