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Armed resistance threatens parallel administration’s quest for international support, warn analysts
Regime pursues replacement for German currency supplier as economic contraction bites
Drugs seizures — a proxy for production — have increased dramatically in south-east Asia this year with many pointing the finger of blame at the military takeover
Hit men have targeted Kyaw Moe Tun but he refuses to make way for envoy proposed by coup leaders
Deliberations over who the UN recognises as ambassador are set to unfold in September
Critics dismiss Min Aung Hlaing’s pledge to hold elections in two years
Norwegian state-owned telco offloaded operations in conflict-torn nation to Lebanese investment firm
Success in containing virus is impeding Beijing’s plans for a full return to normal
Infections double every week and hospitals overflow after crackdown sends health workers into hiding
Norwegian state-controlled telecoms operator was seen as a cornerstone foreign investor
Beijing makes ‘fundamental assessment’ that its neighbour is set for prolonged military rule
Symbolic gesture by member countries is attempt to isolate country’s military junta
Ousted Myanmar leader asks for food and medicine to ‘make ends meet’ ahead of trial
Philip Delves Broughton’s family fled military rule in the 1960s — but they could not escape the pull of their lost homeland
Development bank says it does not base decisions on ‘form of government’ but on broader checklist
Lenders are running out of hard cash as customers queue before dawn to withdraw savings
Washington has led effort against junta since overthrow of Aung San Suu Kyi government
Western oil majors are under increasing pressure to stop payments to state-owned group
Deposed Myanmar leader makes her first court appearance since junta seized power
Europe’s C&A says it is unwilling to make new purchases from garment suppliers at this stage
Could the country collapse after the military coup?
Tin Tun Naing tells international banks they should boycott military regime
Military crackdown on independent press forces media to report from hiding
Norwegian telecoms group has been hit by internet shutdowns and worsening operating conditions
The fallout from military takeover and pandemic could force up to 25m people to survive on $1 a day