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25 Feb
Myanmar recently sees internet blackouts followed by a military coup. This is a development that Nigeria and other fragile democracies must keep an eagle eye on to avert the occurrence of such systemic desecration. A 14-word change to the constitution is all it could take to save Nigeria from the kind of military coup currently…
1 Jan 2020
Predictably, the listing of Nigeria by the US State Department among countries with “severe violation of religious freedom” has sparked off the near dormant religious “war”
4 Jan 2019
Ethnic Rakhine rebels carried out pre-dawn attacks on four police stations near the Bangladesh border, Myanmar's army said Friday, with the militants claiming to have taken 14 "prisoners of war" as operations ramped up.
3 Jan 2019
Weeks of fighting between ethnic Rakhine rebels and Myanmar's military has driven thousands of civilians from their homes, the UN said, as conflict intensifies in a state already ravaged by violence against the Rohingya Muslim minority.
21 Dec 2018
Myanmar's military announced Friday it would suspend "all military movements" in the troubled northern and eastern regions for four months, an unprecedented step observers say could coax ethnic rebel groups into the country's fractious peace process.
12 Nov 2016
Myanmar's military said its troops killed six people and lost two soldiers in clashes with attackers in Rakhine state on Saturday, in the latest flare-up of violence in the crisis-hit region.

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