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David Scott Mathieson - Racial wart on Myanmar’s revolutionary troika - asiatimes.com - Burma

Racial wart on Myanmar’s revolutionary troika

As Myanmar’s political opposition complex marks a three-year anniversary since the 2021 military coup, its progress has been at best mediocre and at worst an abysmal failure.

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Myanmar rebel group claims control of town, denies targeting Rohingya - asiaone.com - Burma - Bangladesh

Myanmar rebel group claims control of town, denies targeting Rohingya

A powerful armed ethnic group in Myanmar said on Sunday (May 19) it had won control over a town in the western state of Rakhine after weeks of fighting, denying accusations it had targeted members of the Muslim-minority Rohingya during the offencive.

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GRANT PECK - As ethnic armed group claims to have captured a town in western Myanmar, Muslim Rohingyas flee again - apnews.com - China - Burma - Bangladesh - city Bangkok

As ethnic armed group claims to have captured a town in western Myanmar, Muslim Rohingyas flee again

BANGKOK (AP) — A powerful ethnic armed group fighting Myanmar’s military government in the country’s western state of Rakhine claimed Saturday to have seized a town near the border with Bangladesh, marking the latest in a series of victories for foes of the country’s military government.

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Nikkei staff writer - Myanmar resistance leaders present united front in Tokyo - asia.nikkei.com - city Tokyo - Burma

Myanmar resistance leaders present united front in Tokyo

TOKYO -- A minister in Myanmar's parallel government and high-ranking leaders of three ethnic armed organizations held a news conference in Tokyo on Wednesday in a rare joint move on foreign soil intended to emphasize their unity against the military regime.

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El Niño - Asia's extreme April heat worsened by climate change, scientists say - asiaone.com - Philippines - city Manila - Burma - India - city Delhi - Singapore - Vietnam - Laos - city Tel Aviv

Asia's extreme April heat worsened by climate change, scientists say

SINGAPORE — Extreme temperatures throughout Asia last month were made worse — and more likely — as a result of human-driven climate change, a team of international scientists said on Wednesday (May 15).

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SuLin Tan - Myanmar’s civil war rages on despite ‘whack-a-mole’ sanctions, scant aid. What more can be done? - scmp.com - Burma - Washington - city Sanction - city Canberra

Myanmar’s civil war rages on despite ‘whack-a-mole’ sanctions, scant aid. What more can be done?

“Outrage is not a policy: coming to terms with Myanmar’s fragmented state”, published on Sunday by the Lowy Institute think tank, argues that while the combination of sanctions and humanitarian assistance used by foreign governments so far was a reasonable starting point, “neither tool holds any real prospect of significantly influencing the course of the conflict”.

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GRANT PECK - Reports of army killing of villagers in Myanmar supported by photos and harrowing tale of a survivor - apnews.com - Burma - city Bangkok

Reports of army killing of villagers in Myanmar supported by photos and harrowing tale of a survivor

BANGKOK (AP) — Reports that soldiers of Myanmar’s military government last week carried out a massacre of more than 30 civilians in a village in central Myanmar were supported Monday in interviews with a local administrator and a man who says he survived the killings.

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Nikkei staff writers - Thailand, Japan signal policy shifts on engaging Myanmar's resistance - asia.nikkei.com - Japan - China - Burma - Thailand - city Bangkok

Thailand, Japan signal policy shifts on engaging Myanmar's resistance

BANGKOK -- Moves by Thailand and Japan to engage with Myanmar's resistance indicate a shift in policies that previously favored Naypyitaw's military regime and excluded key resistance organizations such as the parallel National Unity Government.

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Civilian casualties rise in Myanmar’s civil war as resistance forces tighten noose around military - apnews.com - China - Russia - Burma - city Bangkok - city Yangon

Civilian casualties rise in Myanmar’s civil war as resistance forces tighten noose around military

BANGKOK (AP) — Six months into an offensive against Myanmar ’s military government, opposition forces have made massive gains, but civilian casualties are rising sharply as regime troops increasingly turn toward scorched-earth tactics in the Southeast Asian country’s bitter civil war.

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