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US move follows military’s use of force against peaceful protests over the weekend that left two dead.US move follows military’s use of force against peaceful protests over the weekend that left two dead.

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WASHINGTON: The United States on Monday announced sanctions against two more leaders of Myanmar’s junta and warned of further action as hundreds of thousands defiantly rallied for the restoration of the nation’s democracy.

US imposes sanctions on two more Myanmar junta leaders | New Straits Times

The United States will keep up 'firm action' against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken saidThe United States will keep up 'firm action' against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said

Antony Blinken vows firm action against Myanmar military after coup | Daily Mail Online

BERLIN: The European Union may impose sanctions on Myanmar as a last resort after a military coup and a crackdown on the opposition in the country, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said ahead of a meeting with his EU counterparts on Monday. “We are not prepared to stand by and watch,” Maas said on his arrival in Brussels.BERLIN: The European Union may impose sanctions on Myanmar as a last resort after a military coup and a crackdown on the opposition in the country, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said ahead of a

Germany: EU may impose sanctions on Myanmar as a last resort | Arab News

The bloc says it ‘will seek to avoid measures which could adversely affect the people of Myanmar/Burma, especially the most vulnerable.’The bloc says it ‘will seek to avoid measures which could adversely affect the people of Myanmar/Burma, especially the most vulnerable.’

EU ‘stands ready’ to impose sanctions on Myanmar – POLITICO

With the death toll rising in Myanmar, world leaders have repeated their calls for the military junta to step down and US officials have announced new sanctions.With the death toll rising in Myanmar, world leaders have repeated their calls for the military junta to step down and US officials have announced new sanctions.

Myanmar: EU threatens sanctions against military junta | News | DW | 22.02.2021

The move takes aim at Lieutenant General Moe Myint Tun and General Maung Maung KyawThe move takes aim at Lieutenant General Moe Myint Tun and General Maung Maung Kyaw

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The United States will keep up “firm action” against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said, after two protesters were shot dead over the weekend.The United States will keep up “firm action” against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said, after two protesters were shot dead over the weekend.

US's Blinken vows 'firm action' against Myanmar military

Two people were killed in Myanmar’s second city Mandalay on Saturday when police and soldiers fired at protesters demonstrating against the overthrow of the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi.Two people were killed in Myanmar’s second city Mandalay on Saturday when police and soldiers fired at protesters demonstrating against the overthrow of the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi.

Facebook removes Myanmar’s army page for incitement of violence - Technology News

The situation in the Asian country has been tense since the beginning of February, when the Myanmar military seized power, arresting the government and declaring a...The situation in the Asian country has been tense since the beginning of February, when the Myanmar military seized power, arresting the government and declaring a...

'We Are Not Prepared to Stand By': Germany Warns Myanmar May be Sanctioned as 'Ultima Ratio' - Sputnik International

‘We took the political agreement to apply sanctions targeting the military responsible for the coup and their economic interests’‘We took the political agreement to apply sanctions targeting the military responsible for the coup and their economic interests’

EU to sanction Myanmar military over coup: Josep Borrell - The Hindu

Naharnet is the leading Lebanese news destination, breaking the news as it happens! European Union ministers agreed Monday to sanction the Myanmar military over its seizure of power and to withhold some development aid, the bloc's top envoy said. "We took the political agreement to apply sanctions targeting the military...

EU to Sanction Myanmar Military over Coup — Naharnet

The EU is considering imposing sanctions on businesses owned by the Myanmar military in support of anti-coup protesters who swarmed streets across the country yesterday in what may be the largest turnout since the February 1 military coup after two demonstrators were shot dead over the weekend.The EU is considering imposing sanctions on businesses owned by the Myanmar military in support of anti-coup protesters who swarmed streets across the country yesterday in what may be the largest turnout since the February 1 military coup after two demonstrators were shot dead over the weekend.

EU considers sanctions on Myanmar in support of anti-coup protests - Independent.ie

The U.S. will keep up "firm action" against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.The U.S. will keep up "firm action" against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.

This comes after the Myanmar police opened fire on pro-democracy protesters in the city of Mandalay on Saturday, killing two people and wounding dozens.This comes after the Myanmar police opened fire on pro-democracy protesters in the city of Mandalay on Saturday, killing two people and wounding dozens.

US reiterates support for pro-democracy protests in Myanmar | Hindustan Times

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken took to Twitter on Sunday to vow “firm action” against the Burmese military amid its crackdown on demonstrators lashing out against the coup that occurred earlier this month.U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken took to Twitter on Sunday to vow “firm action” against the Burmese military amid its crackdown on demonstrators lashing out against the coup that occurred earlier this month.

His assurance came 10 days after the United States imposed sanctions on the acting president of Myanmar, and several military officersHis assurance came 10 days after the United States imposed sanctions on the acting president of Myanmar, and several military officers

Blinken vows firm action against Myanmar military | Dhaka Tribune

WASHINGTON: The United States is "deeply concerned" by reports that Myanmar security forces have fired on protesters and continue to detain and ...WASHINGTON: The United States is "deeply concerned" by reports that Myanmar security forces have fired on protesters and continue to detain and ...

US 'deeply concerned' by reports Myanmar security forces fired on protesters - CNA

The United States on Monday imposed sanctions on two members of Myanmar's military junta and threatened further actions over the country's Feb. 1 coup.The United States on Monday imposed sanctions on two members of Myanmar's military junta and threatened further actions over the country's Feb. 1 coup.

U.S. puts sanctions on two Myanmar generals over coup | Reuters

"We stand with the people of Burma," Blinken said, using the former name of Myanmar.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -"We stand with the people of Burma," Blinken said, using the former name of Myanmar.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken vows firm action against Myanmar military, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The United States will keep up "firm action" against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday, after two protesters were shot dead over the weekend. Myanmar's security forces have been unable to stop more than two weeks of daily protests and a civil disobedience movement demanding the reversal of the Feb. 1 coup and the release of detained elected leader and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. "The United States will continue to take firm action against those who perpetrate violence against the people of Burma as they demand the restoration of their democratically elected government," Blinken said in a post on Twitter.The United States will keep up "firm action" against Myanmar authorities violently cracking down on opponents of a military coup, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday, after two protesters were shot dead over the weekend. Myanmar's security forces have been unable to stop more than two weeks of daily protests and a civil disobedience movement demanding the reversal of the Feb. 1 coup and the release of detained elected leader and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. "The United States will continue to take firm action against those who perpetrate violence against the people of Burma as they demand the restoration of their democratically elected government," Blinken said in a post on Twitter.

U.S.'s Blinken vows 'firm action' against Myanmar military

Myanmar's military leaders came under renewed pressure at home and abroad Tuesday, with tightened sanctions from Washington and Brussels, and some of the biggest demonstrations against their rule sin…Myanmar's military leaders came under renewed pressure at home and abroad Tuesday, with tightened sanctions from Washington and Brussels, and some of the biggest demonstrations against their rule sin…

Western countries increase pressure on Myanmar junta as protests continue