Anti-coup protesters run toward smoke from tear gas on a road full of debris in San Chaung township in Yangon on Friday. Photo: AP Anti-coup protesters run toward smoke from tear gas on a road full of debris in San Chaung township in Yangon on Friday. Photo: AP
Anti-coup protesters run toward smoke from tear gas on a road full of debris in San Chaung township in Yangon on Friday. Photo: AP
Myanmar

Myanmar coup: Junta loses UN leadership; US blocks it from emptying US$1 billion bank account in New York

  • Military leaders tried to move the funds just days after seizing power in a coup last month, in an apparent effort to limit exposure to international sanctions
  • Myanmar security forces killed a young protester on Friday, as Singapore said it was a ‘national shame’ for them to use weapons against their own people

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Anti-coup protesters run toward smoke from tear gas on a road full of debris in San Chaung township in Yangon on Friday. Photo: AP Anti-coup protesters run toward smoke from tear gas on a road full of debris in San Chaung township in Yangon on Friday. Photo: AP
Anti-coup protesters run toward smoke from tear gas on a road full of debris in San Chaung township in Yangon on Friday. Photo: AP
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