"We can not say for sure how many more cases Daw Aung San Suu Kyi will face in this period", he told reporters in Naypyidaw.
The February 1 coup reversed years of slow progress towards democracy after five decades of military rule in Myanmar.
Monday's court proceedings were preliminary attempts to start trial in the case, that could lead to prison sentences of two to three years, her lawyer Khin Maung Zaw said.
A lawyer for Aung San Suu Kyi said she has also been charged with spreading information inciting social unrest.
Myanmar's military ousted their ambassador to the United Nations after he gave a fiery speech against the regime.
The new charges came as the Southeast Asian country saw its deadliest day of protests since the February 1 coup on Sunday, with the United Nations saying at least 18 protesters were killed in a stark escalation of violence to quell persistent demonstrations against military rule.
Confirming the deaths of protesters has been hard amid the chaos and general lack of news from official sources, especially in areas outside Yangon, Mandalay and the capital of Naypyitaw. The army was also investigating financial abuse by the civilian government, he said.
It is not clear what punishment the new charges might carry, but she could reportedly be barred from running in future elections if convicted.
"The people of Myanmar have the right to assemble peacefully and demand the restoration of democracy", said OHCHR spokesperson, Ravina Shamdasani, in a statement issued on Sunday.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken condemned what he called "abhorrent violence" by security forces, while Canada's foreign minister, Marc Garneau, said the military's use of lethal force against its own people "appalling".
Les NTIC : avantages et inconvénients
En effet, avoir mille et une tâches à accomplir à la fois, ça peut avoir des effets négatifs. En effet, les travailleurs effectuent les tâches beaucoup plus rapidement tout en conservant leur qualité de vie.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Monday that Britain is also considering further actions against Myanmar.
"We'll continue to look at how we hold individual members of the regime to account", he told reporters in London. "Although, as I said, the responsibility for resolving this lies with the authorities in Myanmar".
Several wounded people were hauled away by fellow protesters, leaving bloody smears on pavements, media images showed.
With daily protests and strikes paralysing a country where the Army had promised to bring order, soldiers and police intensified their crackdown at the weekend.
Guterres expressed deep concern by the increased death toll and serious injuries, calling the use of lethal force against peaceful protestors and arbitrary arrests unacceptable.
Guterres urged the worldwide community "to come together and send a clear signal to the military that it must respect the will of the people of Myanmar as expressed through the election and stop the repression". On sanctions, Andrews urged countries that have already established some to "immediately consider more".
That would be the highest single-day death toll among protesters who are demanding that the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi be restored to power after being ousted by a February 1 coup.
The European Union condemned the military violence against protesters Sunday, calling the shooting of unarmed citizens a "blatant disregard for global law".
In an interview Sunday night with the AP, the envoy, Sasa, who uses one name, said he would discuss with United Nations human rights expert Andrews pursuing legal actions against the generals through worldwide courts. Within minutes, police began attacking the crowd with stun grenades, and then began firing shots.
"The excessive use of force and other violations committed by the military junta are being recorded and they will be held accountable", it said on Twitter.
As Suu Kyi appeared in the video conference court hearing, police in the main city of Yangon used stun grenades and tear gas to disperse protesters, witnesses said, a day after the worst violence since the coup.
Security forces began employing rougher tactics on Saturday, taking preemptive action to break up protests and make mass arrests. Demonstrators scattered and sought to rinse their faces with water in vain attempts to ease the irritating effects of the gas.
And she has Diana , Princess of Wales' diamond bracelet on her left wrist and her eyes are more heavily made up than usual. Meghan is well known for her love of dressing up more simple understated outfits with decadent jewellery worth thousands.
A recently discovered bomb from World War II was disposed of during a controlled detonation on February 27 in Exeter, England. This video, shared by the Exeter City Council, shows the detonation on Saturday.
Sarkozy said he had become the victim of a witch-hunt by financial prosecutors who had used excessive means to snoop on him. As they did, they learned that Sarkozy and his lawyer were communicating using mobile phones registered under false names.
Selon les estimations de l'Acro, il est tombé 80.000 Bq (Becquerel, l'unité de mesure de la radioactivité) au km2 de césium-137. Le verdict est sans appel: "du césium-137 a été clairement identifié " selon le compte rendu de l'ACRO.
The most famous paramilitary organization that is part of the National Security Service of GNA is the «RADA» group. He is one of the main opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood in the region and one of the most famous fighters against terrorism.
The Group of Seven countries, including Japan, are calling for Navalny's release, saying his arrest is politically motivated. European Union leaders condemned Navalny's treatment on Thursday and demanded his immediate release.
The Lexington health department this week opened its vaccine clinic to eligible 1C residents for the first time. The high mark was back on January 8, when there were 131,921 COVID patients in USA hospitals.
They would also have to face a daunting variety of loopholes, such as companies shifting workers to independent contractor status. One of them, Senator Jon Tester, told reporters they discussed "targeting" the funds in the legislation.
I think that gets to all of us, and then you can only watch the clock so many times and the walls are only so interesting. An ambulance carrying the Duke was seen leaving King Edward VII hospital in London on Monday morning (local time).
Local hospital officials initially said 15 people died from the crash, but the California Highway Patrol later lowered the figure. The bad collision took place Tuesday morning north of the city of Holtville, according to the Imperial County Fire Department.
Israel blames Iran for blast on Israeli-owned ship
Associated Press journalists saw the hulking Israeli-owned MV Helios Ray sitting at dry dock facilities at Dubai's Port Rashid. Vessel and crew are safe", the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) said in an advisory notice on Friday.
Leroy Merlin en Russie est au bord du scandale ?
La part du réseau Leroy Merlin sur le marché russe de "l'équipement ménager" approche les 20%. Beaucoup d'entre eux se plaignent des manifestations de corruption et des violations de l'éthique des affaires.