Inmates, who were released by military dictators were jumping over the fences and came in to resident’s building with knives in their hands to harm the civilians at night in Yangon, Myanmar. Where is safety? Civilians have to look after each other. @UN_HRC #WhatHappeningInMyanmar pic.twitter.com/2UrPZoQFoy
— Pancake DADA (@dada_pancake) February 13, 2021
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in Myanmar’s big cities for a ninth day of anti-coup demonstrations, as the country’s new military rulers rolled back laws protecting freedom and stepped up the arrests of politicians and activists.
Engineering students marched through downtown Yangon, Myanmar’s biggest city, on Sunday, wearing white and carrying placards demanding the release of former leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been in detention since the military overthrew her elected government on February 1.Ambassador spoke about the supply of Sputnik V vaccine to Venezuela