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Although it may sound good, the agreement by ASEAN leaders on Myanmar is non-binding and will be difficult to implement.
Opponents of military rule in Myanmar canceled traditional new year festivities on Tuesday, April 13.
Myanmar security forces opened fire on Sunday at people gathered for the funeral of one of the 114 people killed the previous day.
Myanmar security forces killed 114 people, including some children, in a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday, March 27.
Nearly 90% of victims shot dead and a quarter of them shot in the head, according to data from an advocacy group and Myanmar local media.
Myanmar has been in a tumultuous situation ever since the military junta Tatmadaw took over.
Activists in the Milk Tea Alliance Indonesia declared their support for the struggle of the people of Myanmar in defying the military coup.
Myanmar police fired on protesters around the country on Sunday and at least 18 people were killed in the worst violence since a Feb. 1 military coup.
Police in Myanmar launched their most sweeping crackdown in three weeks of protests against military rule on Saturday.
The Indonesian Foreign Affairs Ministry refutes rumors that the Indonesian government supports the election planned by Myanmar's military junta.
Opponents of Myanmar's coup took to the streets again on Saturday, Feb. 20.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Myanmar today, rejecting the army's assertion that the public supported Suu Kyi's overthrow.
Myanmar's military junta guarantees that it will hold an election and hand over power.
Myanmar's "Spiderman" suited up for the eighth day of protests to join tens of thousands of people around the country who oppose the military coup.
The military coup d'etat killed the democracy that had never really flourished in Myanmar. ASEAN must not remain silent.
Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) has voiced support for the government's stand on the Myanmar military's seizure of power.
Myanmar's junta extended a social media blockade to Twitter and Instagram on Saturday in the face of a growing protest movement against the coup.
The Ministry of Communications and Information says Facebook - used by half of Myanmar's more than 53 million people - would be blocked until Sunday.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko publicly stated his respect for the former Democrat Party leader SBY after being accused of political meddling.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko denied an allegation that he attempted to take over the Democrat Party. He considered the saying as a joke.