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125,900 teachers dismissed for opposing military coup in Myanmar

The military junta announced the suspension of a large percentage of teachers in Myanmar as a pressure tactic to compel them to return to schools ahead of the new session which begins from June 

Peace talks Sudan Armed rebel groups in Sudan agree to talks for formation of crucial legislative council

The armed rebel groups in Sudan will meet the representatives of the civilian Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF) on the sidelines of the ongoing peace negotiations in South Sudan’s capital, Juba

Formation of sovereignty council in Sudan postponed by two days

After the official signing of the constitutional agreement on Saturday, the military junta has chosen three names, including that of Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, who heads the militia which carried out the massacre of protesters

No Vote Chile Thousands of Chileans gather once again to say ‘No’ to fascism

In the referendum of 1988, 56% of Chileans had voted ‘against the continuation of the dictator Augusto Pinochet’s rule, forcing him to step down two years later

Chileans erupt in anger as president justifies 1973 coup

The president was flayed for blaming Salvador Allende for the coup and for ignoring the brutal oppression and human rights violations in its aftermath

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