Sat. Feb 27th, 2021

Hundreds of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Myanmar in one of the largest demonstrations yet against the country’s military coup.
Businesses closed as employees joined a general strike, despite a military statement that said protesters were risking their lives by turning out.
The statement prompted fears the protests could turn violent, but they remained peaceful throughout Monday.

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5 thoughts on “Huge crowds defy army warning in Myanmar strike – BBC News”
  1. These people are so brave.
    Hey Brits, how about we Canadians and you team up and do something about this? Are you really going to let the Europeans get all the action? Hell, the Australians & New Zealanders would gladly join in

  2. Come on world. It’s Suu Kyi’s game to gain her popularity again. The protesters are just her sacrificial pawns.

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