Ethnic Karens protest Myanmar coup
12 March 2021 | 2:02 pm
Dozens of Karen, one of Myanmar's largest ethnic groups, march to protest against the coup in southern Myanmar's Khamaung Thwe village. The military authorities are cracking down with increasing severity on daily protests against their February 1 coup, with at least 70 people killed according to the UN's top rights expert on the country.
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