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(Reuters) - A Japanese journalist detained in Myanmar last month has been charged with spreading false news, an official at the Japanese embassy in Yangon said on Tuesday, amid a crackdown on media since the military seized power three months ago.(Reuters) - A Japanese journalist detained in Myanmar last month has been charged with spreading false news, an official at the Japanese embassy in Yangon said on Tuesday, amid a crackdown on media since the military seized power three months ago.

Japanese journalist charged in Myanmar for spreading false news | The Star

China News: China's UN ambassador on Monday urged stronger diplomatic efforts to resolve the confrontation in Myanmar since the Feb. 1 military coup, warning thatChina News: China's UN ambassador on Monday urged stronger diplomatic efforts to resolve the confrontation in Myanmar since the Feb. 1 military coup, warning that

China's UN envoy: Myanmar violence could lead to civil war - Times of India

Some 1,000 people, including social media influencers, have been charged by the military under Section 505 of the penal code for opposing the coup.Some 1,000 people, including social media influencers, have been charged by the military under Section 505 of the penal code for opposing the coup.

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YANGON: The Myanmar junta has charged a Japanese journalist under a "fake news" law, a report said Tuesday, in the latest blow to press freedom since the military seized power.YANGON: The Myanmar junta has charged a Japanese journalist under a "fake news" law, a report said Tuesday, in the latest blow to press freedom since the military seized power.

Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over 'fake news'

Three blasts were triggered when at least one parcel bomb exploded at a house in a village in Western Bago, killing a regional lawmaker from Aung San Suu Kyi's National League of Democracy party.Three blasts were triggered when at least one parcel bomb exploded at a house in a village in Western Bago, killing a regional lawmaker from Aung San Suu Kyi's National League of Democracy party.

Ousted Myanmar lawmaker among several dead in parcel bomb blast

JAKARTA -- Sporting a dark grey suit instead of his military olive drab, Myanmar junta leader Min Aung Hlaing looked unruffled at last week'Bloc struggles to show unity, leaving Myanmar junta chief to slip through cracks

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Japanese freelancer is the 1st foreign journalist to be charged as Myanmar's military rulers continue their crackdown on post-coup protests.Japanese freelancer is the 1st foreign journalist to be charged as Myanmar's military rulers continue their crackdown on post-coup protests.

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The Myanmar authorities have not supplied information on the details of the alleged offenses of the journalist, Yuki Kitazumi, said a Japanese embassy official, who declined to be named.The Myanmar authorities have not supplied information on the details of the alleged offenses of the journalist, Yuki Kitazumi, said a Japanese embassy official, who declined to be named.

Japanese journalist, arrested in Myanmar, charged with spreading false news | Hindustan Times

YANGON: Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had ...YANGON: Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had ...

Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill five including ousted lawmaker: Reports - CNA

The junta has wreaked economic, political and social chaos, but it can point to one achievement: the people are wholly united in their refusal to be governed by it.The junta has wreaked economic, political and social chaos, but it can point to one achievement: the people are wholly united in their refusal to be governed by it.

Three Months on, Myanmar Regime’s Brutality Matched Only by Its Incompetence

Myanmar Now produces in-depth investigations and has the latest news on Yangon and other major cities in Myanmar.The inclusion of Lt-Gen Than Hlaing in the conference rejects the advice of the UN Secretary-General's own adviser not to legitimise or recognise the military coup regime

Myanmar general's speech at UN drug policy conference draws outrage | Myanmar NOW

Yuki Kitazumi, 45, could face a jail term of up to three years if convicted under the penal code as amended after the February coup.Yuki Kitazumi, 45, could face a jail term of up to three years if convicted under the penal code as amended after the February coup.

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China’s ambassador to the United Nations (UN) urges the US to soften its economic pressure on North Korea, and calls for urgent diplomatic efforts in Myanmar.China’s ambassador to the United Nations (UN) urges the US to soften its economic pressure on North Korea, and calls for urgent diplomatic efforts in Myanmar.

China urges US to ease North Korea pressure, warns of ‘civil war’ in Myanmar

Yuki Kitazumi is thought to be the first foreign journalist charged for his coverage since the coup.Yuki Kitazumi is thought to be the first foreign journalist charged for his coverage since the coup.

Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over alleged fake news

Protesters against military rule marched in Myanmar on Saturday three months after a coup ended a democratic transition, with several small blasts rocking the commercial capital, Yangon.Protesters against military rule marched in Myanmar on Saturday three months after a coup ended a democratic transition, with several small blasts rocking the commercial capital, Yangon.

Myanmar enters fourth month under junta with bomb blasts, flash mobs

Myanmar's military and police have opened fire on anti-coup protesters, leaving at least five people dead.Myanmar's military and police have opened fire on anti-coup protesters, leaving at least five people dead.

Myanmar military steps up crackdown on protesters | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

Online attacks target pro-democracy activists who have family ties to the militaryOnline attacks target pro-democracy activists who have family ties to the military

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Since the coup, Myanmar has seen an increasing number of small blasts in residential areas.Since the coup, Myanmar has seen an increasing number of small blasts in residential areas.

Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill 5 including ousted lawmaker: report - World - DAWN.COM

The latest blasts were in a village in the southern central part of Myanmar in Western BagoThe latest blasts were in a village in the southern central part of Myanmar in Western Bago

Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill five including ousted lawmaker

Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement.Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement.

Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill five including ousted lawmaker - media | News24

The latest blasts were in a village in the southern central part of Myanmar in Western Bago.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -The latest blasts were in a village in the southern central part of Myanmar in Western Bago.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement opposing military rule, media reported on Tuesday. Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement opposing military rule, media reported on Tuesday.

Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill 5 including ousted lawmaker -media | ABS-CBN News

Yuki Kitazumi was arrested last monthYuki Kitazumi was arrested last month

Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over 'fake news' on Press Freedom Day | Dhaka Tribune

YANGON (Kyodo) -- A Japanese freelance journalist detained by security forces in Myanmar since mid-April was indicted Monday on a charge of spreading YANGON (Kyodo) -- A Japanese freelance journalist detained by security forces in Myanmar since mid-April was indicted Monday on a charge of spreading

Japanese journalist indicted in Myanmar on 'fake news' charge - The Mainichi

YANGON, May 4 — Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement opposing military rule, media reported today. Since the elected government led by Nobel laureate Aung San...YANGON, May 4 — Blasts from at least one parcel bomb in Myanmar have killed five people, including an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement opposing military rule, media reported today. Since the elected government led by Nobel laureate Aung San...

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Since the elected government led by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi was overthrown in a coup on Feb.1, Myanmar has seen an increasing number of small blasts in residential areas, and sometimes targeting government offices or military facilities.Since the elected government led by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi was overthrown in a coup on Feb.1, Myanmar has seen an increasing number of small blasts in residential areas, and sometimes targeting government offices or military facilities.

Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill five including ousted lawmaker - SE Asia - The Jakarta Post

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — China’s U.N. ambassador on Monday urged stronger diplomatic efforts to resolve the confrontation in Myanmar since the Feb. 1 military coup, warning that further violence could lead to a chaotic situation “and even a civil war.” Zhang Jun also warned that “any wrong handling” might lead to further tension in Myanmar. The U.N. Security Council on Friday strongly backed calls by Southeast Asian nations for an immediate cessation of violence and talks as a first step toward a solution following the military coup in Myanmar that ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party and reversed years of slow progress toward democracy. UNITED NATIONS (AP) — China’s U.N. ambassador on Monday urged stronger diplomatic efforts to resolve the confrontation in Myanmar since the Feb. 1 military coup, warning that further violence could lead to a chaotic situation “and even a civil war.” Zhang Jun also warned that “any wrong handling” might lead to further tension in Myanmar. The U.N. Security Council on Friday strongly backed calls by Southeast Asian nations for an immediate cessation of violence and talks as a first step toward a solution following the military coup in Myanmar that ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her party and reversed years of slow progress toward democracy.

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Yangon, Myanmar — The Myanmar junta has charged a Japanese journalist under a “fake news” law, a report said Tuesday, in the latest blow to press freedom since the military seized power. Freelance reporter Yuki Kitazumi was arrested last month and charged on Monday — World Press Freedom Day — with spreading fake news, according […]

Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over 'fake news' | Inquirer News

The five dead include an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement opposing military rule, media reported today.The five dead include an ousted lawmaker and three police officers who had joined a civil disobedience movement opposing military rule, media reported today.

Deadly Myanmar parcel bomb blasts kill ousted lawmaker, police | RNZ News