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13 Sep 2021

Burmese residents in Japan call for a national unity government

21 May 2021

Freed Japan reporter calls on Tokyo to take 'concrete action' against Myanmar junta

21 May 2021

Japan could freeze all Myanmar aid, foreign minister warns

15 May 2021

Myanmar frees Japanese journalist as gesture to Tokyo

04 May 2021

Myanmar charges Japanese journalist over 'fake news'

19 Apr 2021

Japan seeks release of Japanese journalist held in Myanmar

14 Apr 2021

Coup puts Myanmar’s crippling military capitalism in the spotlight

02 Apr 2021

Protesters ask Japanese government to stop ODA program in Myanmar

28 Mar 2021

Japan condemns violence by Myanmar security forces

28 Mar 2021

Global condemnation follows bloodiest day since Myanmar coup

15 Mar 2021

Japan says considering response to Myanmar's military coup

12 Mar 2021

Saudi Arabia monitoring conflict in Myanmar with ‘great concern’

23 Feb 2021

G7 Foreign Ministers’ apply further pressure on Myanmar coup leaders

21 Feb 2021

Japan strongly condemns Myanmar security apparatus

19 Feb 2021

Japan, US, India, Australia call for return of democracy in Myanmar

13 Feb 2021

Japanese business might face negative impact in Myanmar

04 Feb 2021

Nissan Motor says plant in Myanmar resumed operations on Wednesday

03 Feb 2021

Myanmar protestors in Tokyo call for democracy, ignore Rohingya

03 Feb 2021

Japan's approach to Myanmar is an example to follow

03 Feb 2021

G7 condemns military coup in Myanmar

01 Feb 2021

Over 1,000 gather in Tokyo to protest Myanmar military coup

01 Feb 2021

Japan govt not planning to repatriate nationals from Myanmar, says stay indoors

01 Feb 2021

Japan calls for democratic process in Myanmar

16 Jan 2020

"Don't believe Suu Kyi lies," Rohingya in Japan complain to Japanese government

28 Nov 2019

2,900 homes for Myanmar refugees built with Japan support

06 Nov 2018

China must allow access to its ‘training centers’ for Uighur Muslims

02 Sep 2018

Condemnations are not enough as UN recognizes Rohingya ‘genocide’

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