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1. 2016-05-27 Operation Condor: Former Argentine junta leader jailed Argentina
2. 2010-11-18 Calm returns to after days of unrest Guinea
D. 2010-11-08 Former Argentine dictator Massera dies Argentina
E. 2008-12-26 Junta seeks to woo envoys Guinea
F. 2008-05-01 U.S. broadens Myanmar sanctions Washington
G. 2007-10-10 Laura Bush to junta: Step aside Washington
2007-09-27 U.S. freezes assets of Myanmar junta Washington
I. 2007-09-26 UN urges restraint on Burma junta UN Security Council

Calm returns to after days of unrest   Guinea: 3 days of violence throughout the country killed at least nine people and pushed the ruling military junta to declare a national state of em... Former Argentine dictator Massera dies   Argentina: Emilio Massera was a former admiral who was part of a military junta that ruled Argentina in the 1970s Gas firms 'prop up Burma's junta'  Energy giants Total and Chevron have been accused of propping up military government through their gas projects in the country   Burma junta leader snubs UN chief  The junta has refused to allow visiting Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to meet jailed opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi Junta to try Suu Kyi, American Junta seeks to woo envoys. Guinea U.N. envoy meets with opposition Protests mark Myanmar anniversary ASEAN strongly rebukes Myanmar. Singapore U.S. ships to abort Myanmar mission   Gates could withdraw Navy ships  U.S. Defense Secretary will make a decision within days to withdraw U.S. ships from the coast of Myanmar, after junta 'neglect'   Junta extends Suu Kyi house arrest  Military rulers have extended the 5-year detention of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi by another 6 months Disease fears loom over Myanmar   Myanmar to admit all aid workers
Operation Condor: Former Argentine junta leader jailed


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May.27
   Argentina: Reynaldo Bignone has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes committed under a conspiracy between South America's dictatos


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May.23
  U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon: Ruling junta agreed to 'allow all aid workers regardless of nationalities' into the country to help cyclone survivors

May.18
  2 weeks after Cyclone Nargis, the country's reclusive junta leader Than Shwe visited a refugee camp outside Yangon
May.17     UN to press Burma on aid access  A humanitarian envoy is due in Burma to try to persuade the junta to grant more access to UN workers to help with the cyclone relief efforts May.16 U.S. to bypass junta to send aid   Junta: Almost 78,000 dead in cyclone Map of Myaungmya Myanmar
  Another 56,000 people remain missing two weeks after the storm
May.15 Junta denies misusing cyclone aid May.13 Junta lacking in cyclone response
  The government seems unaware of the scope of the death and destruction Cyclone Nargis wrought on the country more than a week ago
May.10 Cyclone overshadows referendum
May.8   Rotting corpses pile up  Cyclone survivors have insufficient fuel to burn the corpses of the dead as the military junta continues to block access for aid groups May.1 U.S. broadens Myanmar sanctions. Washington Feb.9   Burmese junta sets voting dates  Burma will hold a constitutional referendum in May and general elections in 2010. The opposition NLD called the announcement 'vague'

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.8     Suu Kyi to cooperate with government
  Pro-democracy leader is 'ready to cooperate' with the government and is committed to pursuing a dialogue with the ruling junta
Nov.4 U.N. envoy in talks with junta
  Ibrahim Gambari held talks with two ministers to urge political reform and broker reconciliation talks between the generals and their opponents
Oct.26     Junta frees Suu Kyi supporters
  At least 70 people detained by the government following protests, including 50 members of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party
Oct.24   Junta urged to talk to opposition
  China and Russia urged Myanmar's military rulers to talk with the opposition but said that they opposed any U.N. sanctions against the junta
Oct.17 Junta: 3,000 were detained in protests
  Military junta acknowledged that it detained nearly 3,000 people during a crackdown on pro-democracy protests, with hundreds still in custody
Oct.10   Dissident dies during interrogation  Opposition party member Win Shwe died during interrogation and two activists were arrested as the ruling junta pressed its crackdown   Laura Bush to junta: Step aside
  Washington: First lady called on Myanmar's military junta to give up the 'terror campaigns' against its people and allow for a democratic Myanmar
Oct.8     Junta appoints go-between
  Military rulers have appointed Aung Kyi, a retired general, to liaise with Aung San Suu Kyi in an apparent concession to the UN
Oct.7 135 monks reportedly detained
  The junta says at least 10 people were killed in the crackdown and that some 1,000 remain in detention centers
Oct.3   Troops launch nighttime roundups
  After crushing the democracy uprising with guns, the junta stepped up its campaign to intimidate citizens
Oct.2   U.N. envoy in second Suu Kyi talks
  Envoy Ibrahim Gambari left Myanmar after talks with the country's junta chief and pro-democracy leader
Sep.30 UN envoy seeks junta talks  The special envoy Ibrahim Gambari, is in Burma's new capital to seek fresh meetings with the ruling military junta Sep.27   U.S. freezes assets of Myanmar junta
  Washington: The State Department is also imposing travel restrictions against the 14 senior members of Myanmar's government Sep.26   UN urges restraint on Burma junta   UN Security Council: The Security Council has urged Myanmar's ruling junta to show restraint amid a worsening political crisis Sep.22 Monks protest near Suu Kyi house   Opposition leader has greeted Buddhist monks protesting against the military junta. Aung San Suu Kyi came out of the house Sep.21 U.N. envoy to Myanmar amid protests  U.N. diplomats called on the U.N. special envoy to Myanmar to meet with the country's military junta Sep.20 Monks protest for third day Map of Yangon Myanmar
  Nearly 1,000 Buddhist monks marched in Yangon in the challenge to the iron-fisted junta, a show of strength rare under military rule


year 2006 Top ^

Nov.11   Suu Kyi leaves home to meet U.N. envoy  The Nobel Peace Prize winner held under house arrest by the junta, left her home for the first time since May Sep.21   Junta bans political meetings
   Thailand: 4 members of ousted administration have been detained. Deposed PM Thaksin says he urges new elections

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Jan.25 Father jailed for rink rage killing
  New England: Thomas Junta, 44, who beat another father to death in at a youth ice hockey practice has been sentenced to 6 to 10 years
Jan.11 Hockey killing father convicted
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Jan.9 Junta, Suu Kyi are talking  Albright welcomed news but raised concerns about the government's sincerity

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Nov.30   Rebel chief shot dead
   Guinea-Bissau: Former junta chief A. Mane shot dead in a clash with loyalist troops


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