Opposition parties complain that the emergency is being used to clamp down on their members and activities.
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In 2007, Al Jazeera went undercover in Myanmar to report on monks' protests and the resulting crackdown by the military.
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Africa25 Feb 2017 08:26 GMT
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Human Rights24 Feb 2017 19:46 GMT
Demonstrations across country oppose new taxes on goods and services and call on cabinet to resign amid economic crises.
Europe23 Feb 2017 15:44 GMT
Eight arrests reported after isolated skirmishes as teens protest suspected rape of young black man with a police baton.
Human Rights21 Feb 2017 13:34 GMT
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Africa20 Feb 2017 19:37 GMT
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Environment20 Feb 2017 08:04 GMT
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Corruption17 Feb 2017 21:47 GMT
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Protests08 Feb 2017 09:38 GMT
Thousands demonstrating even after government repealed a decree that would have spared corrupt officials from jail.
Politics06 Feb 2017 16:39 GMT
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Protests24 Jan 2017 10:05 GMT
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Politics06 Jan 2017 18:14 GMT
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