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We shall not be moved! Anti-coup protesters remain seated in front of a line of riot police trying to clear roads in Yangon. Partially visible is a poster urging citizens to join the Civil Disobedience Movement.PANOS PICTURES

Lives and livelihoods have been laid down for democracy. The economy is on the brink of collapse. The world must support the...

Protesters run during a crackdown on anti-coup protests at Hlaing Township in Yangon, Myanmar March 17, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

Since the military coup in Myanmar, the situation continues to worsen. What are the avenues for international intervention...

Myanmar citizens hold placards in front of the United Nations building during the demonstration. Protesters gathered in front of the United Nations building to protest against the military coup and demanded the release of Aung San Suu Kyi. Myanmar's military detained State Counsellor of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi on February 01, 2021 and declared a state of emergency while seizing the power in the country for a year after losing the election against the National League for Democracy (NLD). (Photo by Chaiwat S

Despite significant ongoing problems, life has changed for many minority communities since the military last ruled. Now...

Thousands of protesters gather in downtown Yangon for the third day of protests against Myanmar's military coup. Theint Mon Soe/SOPA Images/Sipa USA

The recent post-coup wave of internet shutdowns and disruptions is an unsettling escalation of a global problem, writes...

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s spectacular fall from human rights icon to genocide denier.

Arrested Rohingya people leave a Hlegu court, outside Yangon, Myanmar, February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Ann Wang

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India is looking at the world’s largest statelessness crisis. Nilanjana Bhowmick asks, have we learned ...

A Rohingya refugee takes a moment’s pause, shortly after arriving in a makeshift camp at Teknaf, Bangladesh, last September. She is one of over 670,000 people to have fled over the border from Myanmar since August 2017.

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Parsa Sanjana Sajid speaks to Rohingya refugees trapped on the Bangladeshi border.

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Britain has provided support to the Burmese military, writes Steve Shaw.

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Iqbal Hossein photographs Rohingya refugees, and hears their harrowing experiences.

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Harsh repression of the Rohingya continues as Burma’s political reforms are celebrated, reports Steve Shaw....

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Sophie Cousins reports on different approaches to tackling Burma’s drug addiction crisis.

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Seldom do political leaders resign after their ‘struggle’ has been achieved. David Hutt explores whether this...

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Religious and ethnic minorities expect the new government to restore their rights. Charlotte England wonders...

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Burma’s elections this November will be closely contested - but will the country’s ethnic minorities finally be heard?...

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Colin Boyd Shafer documents a community’s resilience in the face of adversity.

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Caitlin Wake and Tania Cheung highlight the plight of Rohingya refugees struggling to...

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