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Bloody crackdown: Can Myanmar junta shoot its way out of crisis?

By France24
04 April 2021   |   10:24 am
Already, Myanmar's Armed Forces Day 2021 will go down as a day of infamy. Security forces on Sunday went and opened fire on a funeral. Can the junta get away with its February 1 coup by shooting its way out of the crisis? What more can the international community do?

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