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Myanmar junta charges celebrities with promoting protests

Por: New York Post Life April 07, 2021

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More On: YANGON, Myanmar — Myanmar’s ruling junta stepped up its campaign against celebrities who support nationwide protests against its seizure of power, publishing wanted lists in the state press and warning against using their work. The move follows weeks of escalating violence by security forces in breaking up street protests against At least 570 protesters and bystanders, including 47 children, have been killed since the takeover,... + full article



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