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Burkina Faso: Heavy gunfire heard at military camp

Heavy gunfire rang out from military camps in Burkina Faso, including two in the capital Ouagadougou early on Sunday morning, news agencies reported. Weapons fire was heard at the Sangoule Lamizana camp, which houses the army’s general staff and a prison whose inmates include soldiers involved in a failed 2015 coup attempt.
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Heavy gunfire heard in Burkina Faso barracks, government denies army takeover

OUAGADOUGOU, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Gunfire rang out from several military camps in Burkina Faso early on Sunday, the government said, but it denied the military had seized power. Heavy arms fire at the capital Ouagadougou’s Sangoule Lamizana camp, which houses the army’s general staff and a prison whose...
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French energy company TotalEnergies out of Myanmar

TotalEnergies withdraws from Myanmar. This French oil and gas group is doing so because of the deteriorating human rights situation in the country. The withdrawal should be completed in six months. The company has been active in gas extraction in the country for 30 years. These gas activities are an...
ENERGY INDUSTRY
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Myanmar: Energy giants Total and Chevron withdraw after military coup

Yangon in Myanmar: Around half of the power requirements of the economic metropolis are covered by the Yadana gas field. The energy companies Total and Chevron withdrew completely from the Southeast Asian country a year after the military coup in Myanmar. The deteriorating human rights situation and the general situation...
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Myanmar: Yangon's business owners struggle to cope with economic turmoil one year after military coup

Several small business owners are struggling to survive amid Myanmar's current economic turmoil nearly one year after the military coup, as seen in Yangon on Wednesday. "In this time, after the military coup, the economy has been downward and also full of anxiety and chaos. Not only because of the potential civil war, but also because of so many other factors, including banking issues, exchange rate fluctuation, and also the prices of the commodities, and logistic costs," said Zaw Naing, Managing Director of Mandalay Technology.
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Thousands of Myanmar civilians fled to Thailand after military coup

BANGKOK, Thailand- A UN envoy has requested Thailand's assistance in preventing an escalation of the crisis in neighboring Myanmar and has appreciated promises that refugees fleeing Mya ... The appeal was made to Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha by Noeleen Heyzer, the Secretary General's special envoy on Myanmar. Heyzer is...
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US senior diplomats in Sudan to try resolve post-coup crisis

CAIRO (AP) — Two senior U.S. diplomats are in Sudan to try and help find a way out of the ongoing crisis in the African country triggered by an October military coup. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Molly Phee and the newly appointed U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa, David Satterfield, met with pro-democracy activists on Wednesday. They are also to meet with the ruling generals and other political figures. The military takeover in October has upended Sudan’s transition to democratic rule after three decades of repression and international isolation under autocratic President Omar al-Bashir. Al-Bashir was ousted in April 2019 amid a popular uprising.
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