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Civilians prepare to battle Myanmar’s military rulers – Reuters

Reuters has rare footage in Myanmar of young men and women who say they have left jobs in the city to become guerrilla fighters in the jungle.

Ukraine reports ceasefire violations in the east – Reuters

The Ukrainian military reported that two servicemen and one civilian were wounded in the country’s war-torn east, where government forces are fighting against Russian-backed separatists.

‘No more negotiation’: Ethiopians denounce U.S. at rally – Reuters

Ethiopians rallied in Addis Ababa in support of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the military campaign against the Tigrayan forces in the north of the country. Demonstrators also denounced the U.S., which called for a ceasefire in the year-long conflict.

An anti-government alliance is formed in Ethiopia – Reuters

Nine groups, including the Tigray People’s Liberation Front and others with armed fighters, have formed an anti-government alliance in Ethiopia, two of the groups involved have said as rebellious forces claim further advances toward the capital.

Ethiopia’s PM says enemies will be buried ‘with our blood’ – Reuters

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed pledged on Wednesday to bury his government’s enemies “with our blood” as he marked the start of the war in the Tigray region one year ago.

AT&T wanted another Fox News, and OAN is what it got

OAN has support from AT&T – and is actively pushing other networks to give it similar treatment On October 6, Reuters published the first part of a special report revealing AT&T’s central role in the creation and continued survival of One America News Network.  According to court records reviewed by Reuters, OAN founder Robert Herring Sr. testifiedContinue reading “AT&T wanted another Fox News, and OAN is what it got”

Belarus tightens grip on lawyers – Reuters

More than half a dozen Belarusian lawyers interviewed by Reuters say their licenses were removed after defending protesters, speaking out against authorities or resisting what they said was pressure on their profession.