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  •   Home > News > International

    Myanmar's military has cut all wireless internet services until further notice

    Myanmar's military has cut all wireless internet services until further notice


    Pro-democracy demonstrators have filled streets across the country for nearly two months in protest against the military coup overthrew the elected government.

    At least 543 people have been killed by military forces.

    Hundreds of people including politicians, election officials and journalists have also disappeared since the February 1 coup.

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