Ethnic Karen people take part in an anti-coup demonstration in Hlaingbwe township, in eastern Myanmar’s Karen state. Photo: Karen Information Centre via AFP Ethnic Karen people take part in an anti-coup demonstration in Hlaingbwe township, in eastern Myanmar’s Karen state. Photo: Karen Information Centre via AFP
Ethnic Karen people take part in an anti-coup demonstration in Hlaingbwe township, in eastern Myanmar’s Karen state. Photo: Karen Information Centre via AFP
Myanmar

Myanmar junta makes ceasefire offer, but not to protesters

  • The move comes after clashes with ethnic armed groups, but makes an exception for actions that disrupt the government’s security and administrative operations
  • Detained leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s lawyer says she is in good health

Topic |   Myanmar
Ethnic Karen people take part in an anti-coup demonstration in Hlaingbwe township, in eastern Myanmar’s Karen state. Photo: Karen Information Centre via AFP Ethnic Karen people take part in an anti-coup demonstration in Hlaingbwe township, in eastern Myanmar’s Karen state. Photo: Karen Information Centre via AFP
Ethnic Karen people take part in an anti-coup demonstration in Hlaingbwe township, in eastern Myanmar’s Karen state. Photo: Karen Information Centre via AFP
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