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Showing posts with label Burmese Military. Show all posts
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Thursday, April 13, 2023

Airstrikes by Burmese military kill dozens at anti-junta event

THE GUARDIAN
Min Ye Kyaw and Rebecca Ratcliffe
Tue 11 Apr 2023


Attack targeted opening ceremony for office set up by military’s opponents in Sagaing region of Myanmar

An anti-coup protest in Sagaing, Myanmar, last year. Sagaing, where the attack on Tuesday happened, is one of the frontlines in the battle against the junta. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Myanmar’s military has killed dozens of people in airstrikes on an event organised by its domestic opponents, in what is feared to be one of the deadliest attacks since the junta seized power more than two years ago.

Local independent media reported that the attack on Tuesday morning targeted a ceremony marking the opening of an office set up by the military’s opponents in the village of Pa Zi Gyi, in Sagaing region.

Monday, April 26, 2021

Summit: Burmese military open to ASEAN delegation visits

Thaiger
Neill Fronde
Saturday, April 24, 2021

Today’s ASEAN summit in Jakarta has yielded progress regarding the situation in Myanmar with Burmese junta leader Min Aung Hlaing stating he’s not opposed to a special envoy being created and dispatched to Myanmar. The military leader also said he would consider several other steps proposed by the leaders of the Asian nations. With leaders or representation from most countries of the 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, today’s meetings carried high expectations to work towards some sort of resolution.

Thursday, March 25, 2021

United States Targets Burmese Military Forces for Repression of Pro-Democracy Protests

U.S. Embassy in Burma
March 22, 2021


WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned two individuals and two entities connected to the Burmese military and its violent repression of pro-democracy protests. Treasury took these actions in response to the Burmese military’s continued campaign of violence and intimidation against peaceful protesters and civil society.

“The Burmese security forces’ lethal violence against peaceful protesters must end,” said Director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control Andrea M. Gacki. “Treasury will continue to use the full range of our authorities to promote accountability for the actions of the Burmese military and police. We continue to stand with the people of Burma.”