As of Monday morning, 560+ people had been detained for dissent against the coup, according to a local group that tracks political imprisonments. The junta "has rolled back civil liberties, allowing for indefinite detention & police searches w/o warrants."
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A Myanmar state-run newspaper claimed that military forces were taking control of public universities and hospitals "because members of the public had requested" it. Odd how only Senior Gen Min Aung Hlaing seems to have heard them.
Many countries have sanctioned Myanmar military officers behind the coup and military companies that finance it, "Myanmar’s most important foreign investors, such as Singapore and China, have not taken significant steps to financially punish the military."
A demonstration in Mexico City turned violent, with at least 81 injured, as hundreds of women marched and pulled down parts of a barricade outside the residence of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who has supported a politician accused of rape.
Late-night host goes off on royal family after couple details to Oprah Winfrey what they endured.
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