Pro-military supporters hurl stones at residents near the central railway station in Yangon on Thursday. Photograph: EPA

Supporters of Myanmar’s military, some armed with knives and clubs, others firing catapults and throwing stones, attacked opponents of the February 1(...)

Thida Hnin, wife of Thet Naing Win, weeps as her son Aung Phone Khant watches his father’s coffin laid in their home in Mandalay, Myanmar. Thet Naing Win was shot and killed by Myanmar security forces during an anti-coup protest on Saturday. Photograph: AP

Protesters against the military’s seizure of power in Myanmar have returned to the streets of the country’s biggest city, a day after a call for a gen(...)

The casket containing the body of Mya Thwet Thwet Khine, killed during protests against the coup that toppled the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi. Photograph: AP Photo

Huge crowds marched in Myanmar on Sunday to denounce a February 1st military coup in a show of defiance after security forces shot dead two protesters(...)

A man is provided with first aid during a protest in Mandalay on Saturday. Photograph: AP

Two people were killed in Myanmar’s second city Mandalay on Saturday when police fired to disperse protesting opponents of a February 1st military cou(...)

Policemen hold shields as they cover the entrance of a monastery where military supporters are gathering in Yangon, Myanmar,  on Thursday.  Photograph:  EPA/Lynn Bo Bo

Britain and Canada imposed sanctions on Myanmar’s ruling generals on Thursday for toppling the civilian-led government, while Japan said it had agreed(...)

 A woman shouts through a megaphone during a protest against the military coup outside the US embassy in Yangon, Myanmar, on Tuesday. Photograph: Nyein Chan Naing/EPA

Myanmar’s military junta promised on Tuesday that it would hold an election and hand over power as police filed an additional charge against toppled(...)

epa09012446 Soldiers in armoured vehicles drive along the street outside Sule Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar, 14 February 2021. Protests against the military coup continued across the country despite orders banning mass gatherings and reports of police arresting anti-coup protesters in night-time raids. Myanmar's military junta on 13 February ordered the arrest of several prominent anti-coup activists while suspending privacy laws that restricted police from detaining suspects or searching private property without court warrants.  EPA/MAUNG NYAN

Security forces in Myanmar opened fire to disperse protesters at a power plant on Sunday and armoured vehicles rolled into major cities as the new ar(...)

A demonstrator holds up a placard calling for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi during a protest against the military coup, in Yangon, Myanmar. Photograph: Lynn Bo Bo/EPA

Protests spread across Myanmar on Wednesday after the most violent day in demonstrations against a coup that brought to a halt a tentative transition (...)

Myanmar police  fire water cannon at protesters as they continue to demonstrate against the February 1st military coup in the capital Naypyidaw on Tuesday. Photograph:  STR/AFP via Getty Images

Police and protesters clashed in Myanmar on Tuesday, with injuries on both sides on the most violent day so far of demonstrations against the military(...)

Demonstrators march during a protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar. Photograph: Lynn Bo Bo/EPA

Tens of thousands of people massed in Yangon and other cities in Myanmar for a second day on Sunday to protest against last week’s military coup, defy(...)

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