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South Asia, April 9, 2021: Daily Developments

1 Assessed Event and 25 Other Developments 1. Anti-lockdown protests in Maharashtra, India. Traders and hospitality associations launched a protest campaign against the strict lockdown measures implemented by the state government. As per the government’s new order, restaurants are to be totally shut except for takeaways, parcels and food deliveries between 8:00 PM and 7:00 AM […]
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Australasia & Pacific Islands, April 9, 2021: Daily Developments

18 Developments Today AUSTRALIA 1. Authorities have urged holidaymakers to evacuate a stretch of the country’s western coastline in the path of a cyclone that has devastated parts of Indonesia and East Timor. Tropical Cyclone Seroja is expected to hit Western Australia late April 11 or early April 12. It is forecast to bring “destructive winds with […]
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Southeast Asia, April 9, 2021: Daily Developments

1 Assessed Event and 22 Other Developments 1. (Update) Myanmar security forces use explosives; dozens more killed. At least 12 protesters were killed, mainly by explosives, and more than 12 were injured in overnight raids conducted by the military in Kale Township, Sagaing Region yesterday. During the raids, security forces used explosives and live rounds against protesters […]
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North Asia, April 9, 2021: Daily Developments

CHINA 1. The top Communist Party official of Ruili City in Yunnan province was dismissed from his post due to what the provincial government called a “serious dereliction of duty” in failing to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks in recent months. Three separate COVID-19 outbreaks occurred within a half-year period in the city, which borders Myanmar, under the […]
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Australasia & Pacific Islands, March 29, 2021: Daily Developments

1 Assessed Event and 15 Other Developments 1. Cyber-attack in Australia. A cyberattack disrupted Channel Nine’s live broadcasts from Sydney, Australia yesterday. As a result of the attack, some of the channel’s news programmes were not aired. The attack primarily affected the broadcast and corporate business units, while the publishing and radio systems continued to be […]
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March 21, 2021 – Thailand: 30 people injured, 5 arrested in clashes between protesters and police

Volunteer medics said at least 30 people were injured and police said they arrested five people in scuffles between protesters and authorities last night. About 1,000 protesters started to gather in Sanam Luang near the Grand Palace in Bangkok at about 6:00 PM. Police had prepared 3,000 personnel and had erected shipping container barricades to […]
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March 16, 2021 – Myanmar: (Update) Fifteen more killed in protests crackdown

At least 15 more anti-coup protesters were killed yesterday as the military continued with its violent crackdown on anti-coup demonstrations. A total of 183 protest-related deaths have been recorded so far since the military coup on February 1. Tens of thousands of protesters demonstrated in major cities across the country by defying the night curfew […]
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March 15, 2021 – (Update) Indonesia: TPNPB holds aircraft hostage in Papua

Armed separatists belonging to the West Papua National Liberation Army (TPNPB) took a New Zealand national and three Papuan locals hostage after they detained a PT Asi Pujdiastuti Aviation (Susi Air) at the Wangbe Airfield in Puncak Regency, Papua, on March 13. The TPNPB allegedly threatened the pilot and passengers, warning them not to transport […]
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March 14, 2021 – Indonesia: Separatist rebels hold an airplane hostage in Puncak, Papua

Around 30 Papuan separatist rebels briefly took hostage of an airplane belonging to the airline PT ASI Pudjiastuti Aviation or Susu Air at Wangbe Airfield in Puncak regency, Papua. The rebels held the pilot of the plane, a New Zealander, and three passengers who are native Papuans. The incident took place on March 12 and […]
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March 12, 2021 – Indonesia: Myanmar solidarity gathering in Jakarta

The Milk Tree Alliance Indonesia has called for a gathering at the ASEAN Secretariat building in Jakarta today from 7:00-8:00 PM (local time) today. The gathering is to show solidarity for the anti-coup protests in Myanmar. The group will hold prayers, issue support messages, have a candlelight vigil, and make noise with pots and pans, […]
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