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... military personnel in its regional territories, giving the country the second largest economic zone after the U.S.
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as a major partner, alongside
, and also directed to the association of
Nations, for which
became a development partner.
... political prisoners from the local Insein prison, including a famous comedian and the party spokesman for removed leader
Aung San Suu Kyi
, according to the national media.
Minutes after a speech on Monday by
Min Aung Hlaing
, who took power in the
nation in a coup in February, state television announced that more than 5,600 people arrested or wanted over their role in anti-coup protests would be released in an amnesty on humanitarian grounds.
The release was described by some activists ...
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Nakatsuka sees rays of hope as the spread of COVID slows in
and as a
chip factory in
recovers from a fire earlier in the year. Aber he said that supply is still very far from what the automotive industry had expected, with carmakers themselves under much more pain than us. Looking at the automobile supply chains, including ...
urged for a harder stand at a regional meeting that determined to exclude
Min Aung Hlaing
from the leaders of
and Burma. Four people said it at a tense meeting this month and pushed for the weaker position against the
ministers are divided between sticking to a tradition of non-interference and the need to retain credibility by sanctioning the coup leader who has led a bloody crackdown on dissent since seizing power from
civilian government ...
... of violence against the country, the junta added.
Since the coup,
has arrested more than 9,000 people, of whom an estimated 7,355 are still in detention, according to non-profit group
Assistance Association for Political Prisoners
country sank into chaos following the coup, with daily protests continuing for months and insurgencies flaring across border regions. A widespread crackdown led to the thousands of reported detentions as well as bloody reports of torture....
... wanted over their roles in anti-coup protests would be freed in an amnesty on humanitarian grounds.
The release was described by some activists as a ploy by the ruling military to try to rebuild its international reputation after the Association of
took the rare step of excluding the junta leader from its Summit.
On twitter, U.N. Special Rapporteur Tom Andrews welcomed the release, but said it was shocking that they were held in the first place.
The junta is releasing ...
... roles in anti-coup protests would be released in humanitarian ground via an amnesty on state grounds.
The release was described by some activists as a tactic by the ruling military to try rebuild its international reputation after the Association of
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The U.N. Special Rapporteur ...