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Summary.     Click for More > Monks protest near Suu Kyi house Police block protesters 100,000 protest junta Map of Yangon Myanmar  Anti-government protesters led by Buddhist monks marched through Yangon, the largest crowd to demonstrate since a 1988 uprising US to impose new Burma sanctions Government imposes curfews Death claims amid crackdown Monasteries in night raids 9 dead in crackdown   9 people have been killed in a crackdown on anti-government protests, after attempts to clear demonstrators from the streets of Yangon U.S. freezes assets of Myanmar junta Internet cut as violence continues U.N. envoy arrives in Myanmar U.N. envoy meets with opposition leader UN envoy seeks junta talks Foreign Minister blames 'opportunists' Myanmar sets conditions for talks with S. K. Dissident dies during interrogation Key activists arrested Japan adds to pressure on Burma Talks hope as Suu Kyi leaves home  Pro-democracy leader, under house arrest for 12 of the last 18 years, met with the country's newly-appointed liaison officer   Army 'recruiting children'  Human Rights Watch: The army is forcibly recruiting children to cover gaps left by a lack of adult recruits U.N. claims progress in Myanmar '31 killed' during Burma protests
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B. 03-26 Burma's new capital city unveiled Myanmar
2. 05-25 Myanmar extends Suu Kyi detention Myanmar
3. 06-28 Red Cross condemns Burma 'abuses' Myanmar
E. 07-15 Sale 'threatens EU Burma embargo' India
5. 08-21 Activists held over protest Myanmar
6. 08-29 Military rulers seek to crush dissent Myanmar
09-18 '1,000 monks' march Myanmar
I. 09-19 Monks protests escalate Myanmar





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Red Cross condemns Burma 'abuses' '1,000 monks' march


March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.26  Burma's new capital city unveiled


May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.25  Myanmar extends Suu Kyi detention


June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.28


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Jul.15  Sale 'threatens EU Burma embargo'


August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.21  Activists held over protest
Aug.29  Military rulers seek to crush dissent
Aug.31  Laura Bush presses UN over Burma


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Sep.18  
  Military officials in Burma have used tear gas to disperse more than 1,000 Buddhist monks marched peacefully in two cities
 Part of a wave of anti-government protests
Sep.19  Monks protests escalate Sep.20  Monks protest for third day Sep.21 U.N. envoy to Myanmar amid protests 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.23     Police block protesters  Riot police and barricades blocked hundreds of monks and anti-government demonstrators from approaching the home of Aung San Suu Kyi Sep.24   100,000 protest junta Map of Yangon Myanmar
  Anti-government protesters led by Buddhist monks marched through Yangon, the largest crowd to demonstrate since a 1988 uprising
 The ruling junta has warned it is ready to 'take action' against Buddhist monks leading mounting protests
  US to impose new Burma sanctions  US President Bush is to announce new sanctions against the ruling military junta in Burma Sep.25     Government imposes curfews   Military leaders imposed a nighttime curfew and banned gatherings of more than 5 people after 35,000 monks and their supporters staged protests Riot police beat monks Sep.26   Death claims amid crackdown   Clashes between security forces and thousands of protesters led by monks have left some people dead UN urges restraint on Burma junta   Monasteries in night raids  Security forces have launched raids on monasteries and arrested scores of monks, as they try to stem a rising tide of protests Sep.27   9 dead in crackdown Map of Yangon Myanmar
  9 people have been killed in a crackdown on anti-government protests, after attempts to clear demonstrators from the streets of Yangon.    The dead included 8 protesters and a Japanese video jo...
  U.S. freezes assets of Myanmar junta   The State Department is also imposing travel restrictions against the 14 senior members of Myanmar's government China pleads for calm in Myanmar Sep.28   Internet cut as violence continues   Shots were fired to clear crowds defying a brutal crackdown as graphic new video footage showed troops using deadly force UN envoy heading for Burma talks Sep.29   U.N. envoy arrives in Myanmar  Ibrahim Gambari arrived for talks with senior government officials aimed at finding a peaceful resolution to clashes  Oil companies keep up Myanmar ties  China appeals for calm in Burma Sep.30     U.N. envoy meets with opposition leader   Ibrahim Gambari met with detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in an effort to quell recent tensions   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

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Oct.1   Foreign Minister blames 'opportunists'   Speaking to the General Assembly, Nyan Win has blamed 'political opportunists' for trying to turn protests by a small group of activists into... Oct.2  U.N. envoy in second Suu Kyi talks Oct.3 Bodies 'were a warning'
 Troops launch nighttime roundups Oct.4 Myanmar dismisses foreign critics     Myanmar sets conditions for talks with S. K.  Hoping to deflect outrage over images of soldiers gunning down protesters, hard-line leader is willing to talk with Aung San Suu Kyi Oct.5 Troops launch monk hunt U.N. chief slams Myanmar violence West puts UN pressure on Burmese Oct.6 Protests pile pressure Oct.7 Myanmar: Protest monks had weapons 135 monks reportedly detained Oct.8 Junta appoints go-between Oct.10 Laura Bush to junta: Step aside   Dissident dies during interrogation  Opposition party member Win Shwe died during interrogation and two activists were arrested as the ruling junta pressed its crackdown Oct.11 Security Council rebukes Burma Oct.12 Captives ' kept in squalor' Oct.13   Key activists arrested  Military rulers have arrested 3 of the last remaining leaders of the pro-democracy protests which were violently suppressed Oct.14 EU mulls tougher Burma sanctions Oct.15   Japan adds to pressure on Burma  Japan is halting $5.5m in funding for a human resources center as economic pressure builds on the military government there Oct.17 Junta: 3,000 were detained in protests Oct.20 Burma lifts curfew on main cities Oct.24 Junta urged to talk to opposition Oct.25   Talks hope as Suu Kyi leaves home
  Pro-democracy leader, under house arrest for 12 of the last 18 years, met with the country's newly-appointed liaison officer
Oct.26 Junta frees Suu Kyi supporters
Oct.30     Army 'recruiting children'
  Human Rights Watch: The army is forcibly recruiting children to cover gaps left by a lack of adult recruits


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Nov.1 Monk who helped protests escapes Nov.4 U.N. envoy in talks with junta Nov.8   U.N. claims progress in Myanmar  The U.N. said its envoy made progress during his 6-day mission in promoting a dialogue between the government and Aung San Suu Kyi Suu Kyi to cooperate with government Nov.13 UN envoy praises changes in Burma

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Dec.7   '31 killed' during Burma protests  UN human rights envoy gave Burma a list of 16 named individuals who were killed, in addition to 15 others confirmed as dead by the state