Several Protesters Killed and Wounded During Sudan Anti-Coup Protests

At least seven people died and over a hundred wounded during anti-coup protests in Sudan on Monday. Thousands of demonstrators near the military headquarters in Khartoum were shot at after General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan dissolved the military-civilian Sovereign Council, a …

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USCIRF Raises Concerns on Bangladesh Religious Violence

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCRIF) expressed grave worry about this week’s attacks on Durga Puja celebrations in Bangladesh and the country’s ongoing communal unrest. Several Hindu holy sites have been attacked in recent days, which Bangladesh’s …

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Myanmar Junta Rearrests Freed Political Prisoners One Day after Freeing Them

Tatmadaw forces have rearrested political prisoners just a day after they were released on humanitarian grounds. The Irrawaddy reported that 11 of 38 political prisoners that were released from Meiktila Prison have been arrested again by police. The 11 rearrested …

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Myanmar Junta to Free More than 5000 Political Prisoners

The State Administration Council of Myanmar announced that it has remitted sentences of 1,316 political prisoners and closed 4,320 cases. Junta Commander-in-Chief of Defence Min Aung Hlaing, who was recently excluded from the upcoming ASEAN summit said that the releases …

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