Since the military seized control of Myanmar in February 2021, there have been large-scale protests, mass arrests, armed resistance and killings.

Security is deteriorating rapidly across the Southeast Asian country as the fighting between the military and opposition forces intensifies. Amid the chaos, it is becoming increasingly difficult to get information from the country, particularly as the military junta has cracked down on independent media.

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