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Myanmar coup: ‘Dozens killed’ in military crackdown in Bago

Activists say more than 80 people were killed in the city of Bago in protests against the military coup.
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Myanmar protesters join 'silent strike' after soldiers kill 7-year-old girl in her father's arms

Myanmar's security forces shot dead a 7-year-old girl in the city of Mandalay on Tuesday, the youngest victim yet in the military's bloody crackdown on civilian opposition to the February 1 coup.
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38 people killed in Myanmar's deadliest day of protest, says UN envoy

At least 38 people were killed at pro-democracy protests in Myanmar on Wednesday, the UN's Special Envoy to the country told a briefing Wednesday, in the deadliest day of violence since a military coup on February 1.
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38 people killed in Myanmar's deadliest day of protest, says UN envoy

At least 38 people were killed at pro-democracy protests in Myanmar on Wednesday, the UN's Special Envoy to the country told a briefing Wednesday, in the deadliest day of violence since a military coup on February 1.
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At least 550 people killed by Myanmar's military since February coup, says advocacy group

At least 550 people have been killed by Myanmar's military in the aftermath of a coup which overthrew the elected government on February 1, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), an advocacy group based in neighboring Thailand.
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Myanmar coup: The monks divided over the deadly protests

Hundreds have been killed in deadly protests since the military took control of the country in February.
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Chinese factories set on fire and at least 38 killed in Myanmar's deadliest day since coup

Myanmar security forces killed at least 38 people Sunday in one of the deadliest days since the military seized power in a coup, and declared martial law in six areas after Chinese-funded factories were set on fire.
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What could make Myanmar's military junta back off?

With live fire being deployed on a widespread basis in Myanmar since a military coup on February 1, the generals who seized power have lived up to fears that they would resort to lethal force against their own citizens. Early restraint in the face of peaceful protesters has been replaced with bullets, and security forces have killed more than 50 people to date.
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19 people sentenced to death by Myanmar military

Nineteen people have been sentenced to death in Myanmar for killing an associate of an army captain, the military-owned Myawaddy TV station said on Friday -- the first such sentences announced in public since a February 1 coup and crackdown on protesters.
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India's top court rejects plea to stop Rohingya deportations to Myanmar

India's Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a plea to stop the government from deporting to Myanmar some 150 Rohingya Muslims police detained last month, paving the way for them to be sent to a country where hundreds have been killed following a military coup.
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Myanmar coup: More than 40 children killed by military, rights group says

Save the Children tells of a "nightmare situation", with the youngest victim just seven years old.
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Myanmar protesters join 'silent strike' after soldiers kill 7-year-old girl in her father's arms

Myanmar's security forces shot dead a 7-year-old girl in the city of Mandalay on Tuesday, the youngest victim yet in the military's bloody crackdown on civilian opposition to the February 1 coup.
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Myanmar protests: Protesters killed in bloody Yangon crackdown

More protesters and a police officer are reported dead elsewhere as anti-coup protests continue.
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WRAPUP 13-Nearly 40 people killed in Myanmar as security forces quell anti-coup protests - UN envoy


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At least 18 people killed during Myanmar protests, UN says

At least 18 people were killed and more than 30 injured in Myanmar on Sunday as police and military forces "confronted peaceful demonstrations," the UN Human Rights Office said.
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Myanmar security forces kill over 80 during anti-coup protests in Bago, monitoring group says


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Myanmar's military has underestimated the strength, will and bravery of its own people


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Myanmar military denies responsibility for child deaths and says elections could be pushed back

"This is not a coup," said Maj. Gen. Zaw Min Tun from a gilded hall in Myanmar's purpose-built capital Naypyidaw, the city where his comrades recently ousted an elected government, detained the country's leadership, and installed a military junta.
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Dr. Sasa: The bloodbath is coming. More people will die

Myanmar's special envoy to the UN, Dr. Sasa, speaks to CNN's Becky Anderson and urges the international community to respond to growing violence in Myanmar following a military coup.
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Dr. Sasa: The bloodbath is coming. More people will die

Myanmar's special envoy to the UN, Dr. Sasa, speaks to CNN's Becky Anderson and urges the international community to respond to growing violence in Myanmar following a military coup.
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Children among those killed in Myanmar military airstrikes: activists

• How the internet has redefined protest in Myanmar
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Children among the dead and injured in Myanmar military airstrikes, say activists

Children were among those killed and injured in airstrikes by Myanmar's military on an ethnic rebel-controlled area in the country's southeast, a humanitarian aid group said Tuesday, as junta forces stepped up their offensive in the region.
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Junta leader held lavish dinner party while troops killed more than 100 people

Myanmar's military junta chief Min Aung Hlaing threw a lavish dinner party Saturday while his troops reportedly shot dead more than 100 people in the streets and forced thousands of people to flee into neighboring Thailand, during a weekend of indiscriminate terror and bloodshed that was widely condemned internationally.
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How the internet has redefined protest in Myanmar

Myanmar has seen widespread protests since a military coup overthrew the government in February. CNN looks at how protesters have been using social media as a tool to coordinate, a tactic inspired by other campaigns including Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement.
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100-plus killed after protesters defy warning they could be shot 'in the head and back'

Human rights officials are calling on the international community to do more to stop the bloodshed in Myanmar after more than 100 civilians were reportedly killed by Myanmar military junta that overthrew the country's elected government.
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16 protesters killed in Myanmar on 'day of shame for armed forces'

Myanmar's security forces shot and killed at least 16 protesters on Saturday, news reports and witnesses said, as the leader of the ruling junta said the military will protect the people and strive for democracy.
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Myanmar coup: Seven-year-old girl 'killed by security forces'

Locals say the child was killed by security forces in her home, becoming the crackdown's youngest victim.
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Myanmar coup: Seven-year-old girl 'killed by security forces'

Locals say the child was killed by security forces in her home, becoming the crackdown's youngest victim.
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Myanmar's military is killing peaceful protesters. Here's what you need to know

Daily protests have been ongoing for a month and a half in towns and cities across Myanmar after the military seized control of the Southeast Asian country in a coup on February 1.
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Myanmar coup: What protesters can learn from the '1988 generation'

Student activists fight to end a hated military government in Myanmar. 2021? Or 1988?
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Myanmar coup: Military extends martial law after protests

The military extends martial law across more of Yangon following the deadliest day of protests so far.
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