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  • in Myanmar's biggest city, Yangon.

  • 28 year old protester, spicy too, is suiting up.

  • His name is a pseudonym, his costume another way to conceal his identity on.

  • He needs to do that, he says, because police are coming at night to arrest people on arrest.

  • Rates in recent days have added to anger over the detention of democracy icon Aung San Suu, Ky.

  • And Yangon, Mandalay and the capital naked or witnessed the eighth straight day of protests on Saturday.

  • The United Nations Human rights office said on Friday that more than 350 people, including officials, activists and monks have been arrested since the February the first coup.

  • The government did not respond to requests for comment.

  • The army says it seized power because of alleged fraud in the November election that searches National League for Democracy won by a landslide complaints that have been dismissed by Myanmar's electoral commission.

  • On Friday, the 47 member U.

  • N Human Rights Council adopted a resolution calling on Myanmar to release UCI on other officials from detention on refrain from using violence on protesters.

  • The United States began posing sanctions on the ruling generals and some businesses linked to them this week and US charged affair Marcus A urged others to follow that example join us and promoting accountability for those responsible for the coup, including through targeted sanctions.

  • Myanmar's most important ally, China, told the special session in Geneva that it was working towards a return to normal in its neighbor.

  • That Ambassador Chen Zu also added that quote what happened in Myanmar is essentially Myanmar's internal affairs.

in Myanmar's biggest city, Yangon.

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Arrests fuel anger in Myanmar's protests

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/13
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