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AP Top Extended International Headlines at 11:21 p.m. EST

February 11, 2021 GMT

Civil servants, even police officers, are risking their jobs to protest the military takeover in Myanmar


A growing number of governments are curbing diplomatic ties with Myanmar and increasing economic pressure on its military over the coup last week

Venezuelan Carlos Marrón says torture he endured supports a United Nation’s report that Nicolás Maduro’s government committed possible crimes against humanity

When army generals in Myanmar staged a coup last week, they briefly cut internet access in an apparent attempt to stymie protests


After nearly a year stalled in migrant camps at the edge of the jungle, hundreds of migrants have begun to move across Panama and into neighboring Costa Rica in recent weeks

World Health Organization experts gained new insights into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic while visiting Wuhan, China

It’s the poorest corner of the European Union and was the last to receive any coronavirus vaccines

South Africa plans to start vaccinating front-line health workers next week with a shot that is still in testing

The family of a leading Saudi women’s rights activist says she has been released from prison after nearly three years behind bars

A French nun who has become the first woman to hold a voting position at the Vatican says her appointment is evidence the “patriarchal mindset is changing” as more and more women assume high-level decision-making responsibilities in the Catholic hierarchy