Myanmar’s deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi is facing four additional criminal charges, filed in a court in the country’s second-biggest city Mandalay, as the United Nations called for reconciliation in the violence-wracked Southeast Asian nation. Al Jazeera quotes Suu Kyi’s legal team as saying they had little information about the latest charges, except that they relate to corruption and that two were also levelled at Min Thu, a former minister in her government. The new cases could see 76 year-old Suu Kyi tied up in legal proceedings in three different cities.