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  • March 29, 2021 – Indonesia: Five injured in explosion in West Java March 29, 2021
    Five people were injured after a powerful explosion occurred at the Balongan oil refinery owned by the Pertamina company, an Indonesian state-owned oil and natural gas corporation. The incident occurred in the Indramayu area of West Java province earlier today. The explosion was allegedly heard up to a radius of dozens of kilometers from the ...
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  • March 28, 2021 – Myanmar: At least 102 civilians killed in protests across the country March 29, 2021
    State security forces killed at least another 102 civilians. The fatal incidents occurred across the country in 41 locations in 10 out of the 14 states and regions in the country yesterday. The new fatalities, which included four children, brought the number of people killed in the post Myanmar coup unrest to 429. Protesters poured ...
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  • March 27, 2021 – Myanmar: Anti-coup activists call for nationwide protests today March 29, 2021
    Yesterday, Myanmar’s activists called for nationwide anti-coup protests for today as the military rulers mark Armed Forces Day with an annual parade. State-owned MRTV reported the military warned that protesters are at risk of being shot in the head. The calls for major demonstrations to show huge defiance against the military come after a Molotov ...
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  • March 15, 2021 – Timor Leste: (Update) Government extends lockdown in Dili March 29, 2021
    The government has extended lockdown measures– the sanitary fence and mandatory confinement– in Dili until April 2. The government has additionally imposed the measures in the municipalities of Baucau and Viqueque until March 29. The decision was taken at an extensive meeting of the Council of Ministers to discuss the COVID-19 measures in force in ...
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  • March 13, 2021 – (Update) Thailand: Police anticipating possible violence in today’s protest March 29, 2021
    This afternoon’s protest march from Victory Monument to Government House has a high probability of experiencing violence, according to the Thai police. Authorities said they received intelligence that the demonstrators include people known to use violence at rallies. They said that the protesters are likely to use weapons or objects to provoke officers. Police warned ...
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  • March 11, 2021 – (Update) Thailand: Protestors to hit the streets in Bangkok March 29, 2021
    The Ratsadon pro-democracy group has called for a protest march in Bangkok on March 13. The march begins at the Democracy Monument and will end at the Government House. It has called on people to gather from 2:00 PM (local time). The protest is over the various demands the anti-government movement has, including rewriting the ...
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  • March 9, 2021 – Myanmar: (Update) Military clampdown on protest intensifies March 29, 2021
    Tens of thousands of people participated in protests against the military coup at multiple locations across the country today. Protests are ongoing as security forces have ordered a harsh clampdown on anti-coup protesters. Several people defied the military-imposed night curfew orders yesterday and took to streets to demonstrate in Yangon and other major cities. Several ...
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  • March 9, 2021 – Timor Leste: (Update) Government imposes lockdown in Dili March 29, 2021
    Timor Leste imposed a COVID-19 lockdown in Dili from yesterday at midnight until 11:59 PM (local time) on March 15, amid fears of its first local outbreak. The National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL) established checkpoints in at least five locations in Dili yesterday to verify the implementation of the ‘sanitary fence’ and ‘mandatory confinement’. Several ...
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  • March 8, 2021 – Timor Leste: Authorities place lockdown measures on Dili March 29, 2021
    The government has announced that it will enforce lockdown measures in Dili from midnight (local time) tonight due to the detection of three COVID-19 cases in two parts of the city. Two were detected in the Madohi area near Tasi Tolu, while one was detected in Bebonuk. Two of the cases were civil servants, and ...
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  • March 8, 2021 – Myanmar: (Update) Trade unions call for general strike March 8, 2021
    Trade unions in Myanmar called on the general public to go on strike starting today to support the “Civil Disobedience Movement” organized against the military coup. The campaign is an attempt to put pressure on members of the military junta. The calls to shut down the economy came after another violent crackdown on protests by ...
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