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Urgent action on Myanmar is needed but engaging the junta at the Southeast Asian leaders meeting is a risky gamble

Southeast Asian countries will discuss the crisis in Myanmar at a summit in Jakarta on Saturday, April 24, but some are choosing to send ministers rather than heads of government.

Southeast Asian countries will discuss the crisis in Myanmar at a summit in Jakarta on Saturday, after the European Union imposed its toughest sanctions yet on the junta that seized power there on Feb. 1. | @Reuters 

7 Southeast Asian leaders and Myanmar junta chief to attend crisis summit

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#NSTnation The call comes ahead of the Southeast Asian leaders gathering in Jakarta for an emergency Asean Summit on Myanmar this weekend. #Myanmar  #Asean  #Meeting  #Military  #Coup 

Myanmar junta chief General Min Aung Hlaing was reported to be planning to attend the summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Jakarta, Indonesia

MYANMAR COUP | FREE TO READ Myanmar junta leader Gen. Min Aung Hlaing will attend Saturday's meeting of Southeast Asian leaders in Jakarta. #Myanmar 

Southeast Asian countries will discuss the crisis in Myanmar at a summit in Jakarta on Saturday, after the European Union imposed its toughest sanctions yet on the junta that seized power there on February 1, 2021. #sabcnews 

Southeast Asian countries will discuss the crisis in Myanmar at a summit in Jakarta on Saturday, the ASEAN bloc's secretariat said on Tuesday, after the European Union imposed its toughest sanctions yet on the junta that seized power there on Feb. 1.

Bangladesh calls on Southeast Asia to pressure Myanmar to take back the Rohingya refugees: More than 1 million Rohingya Muslims are taking shelter in Bangladesh and the South Asian hopes they can return to Myanmar, says Bangladesh's foreign minister.  

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Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the official secrets act, her lawyer said, as the ruling military junta cut all wireless internet services in the Southeast Asian country until further notice.

Southeast Asian autocrats may have each other's backs, but pro-democracy protesters are also reinforcing and being inspired by each other. The three-finger Hunger Games salute started among protesters in Thailand and now has been adopted widely in Myanmar.

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The Society of Professional Journalists has called on Myanmar to release AP journalist Thein Zaw and five others detained while covering protests in the Southeast Asian nation. The group said it is "frustrated and fed up” with the arrests of reporters.

Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the official secrets act, her lawyer said, as the ruling military junta cut all wireless internet services in the Southeast Asian country until further notice.

Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the official secrets act, her lawyer said, as the ruling military junta cut all wireless internet services in the Southeast Asian country until further notice.

Several people were killed in Myanmar, just a day after the Association of Southeast Asian Nations called for restraint, as security forces fired rubber bullets, stun gun grenades and tear gas to break up protests

At least 38 people were killed after Myanmar's security forces opened fire on young peaceful protesters in towns and cities across the Southeast Asian nation Wednesday, in scenes described as "a war zone."

Protests against the military coup showed no sign of abating with more planned across Myanmar as Southeast Asian neighbors struggled for consensus in their efforts to end the month-long crisis

At least 38 people were killed after Myanmar's security forces opened fire on young peaceful protesters in towns and cities across the Southeast Asian nation Wednesday, in scenes described as "a war zone."

Myanmar's military seized power of the Southeast Asian country in a coup on Monday, after detaining the country's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and numerous other top government figures. Here's what you need to know about the situation.

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