An escalation in fighting between the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army and the Tatmadaw near the town of Mong Ko on the China border has emptied villages, while inflaming longstanding tensions over who controls the area.
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Giesecke and Devrient said it was halting deliveries with immediate effect, and had already been restricting supply to Myanmar's state-owned print works for several weeks.
Military jets hit targets in eastern Kayin State over the weekend, as Myanmar reeled from the deadliest day so far in the junta's crackdown on anti-coup protests.
Selangor FC II player Hein Htet Aung was given a one-match ban for flashing a three-finger salute during a game earlier this month.
Soldiers and police are terrorising a majority-Muslim ward in Dawbon Township and there are indications that they may be singling it out because of the faith of its residents.
A boycott of the state lottery launched after the February 1 coup has been so effective that the draw has twice been postponed, but it has also left distributors and retailers with millions of unsold tickets.
With Myanmar's legal economy tanking following weeks of nationwide unrest and strike action against the military's government takeover, the United Nations warns of a coming deluge of illicit, cross-border trade.
A monitoring group says security forces have killed close to 90 people across the country, including several children, in what is being described as "a new low" for the regime.
The military regime has struggled to achieve international recognition since taking control of Myanmar, and it said that only eight international delegations attended Saturday's event, including China and Russia.