Kenneth Roth

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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"Racism is racism. Doesn't matter whether you live in a shack or a palace." CNN's @donlemon  discusses the interview Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, gave to Oprah Winfrey.

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.

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The virtual launch event of Pinoy pop group SB19's latest single "What?" has been postponed, the group announced on Monday.

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."

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"It was very clear during the hearings, there is not a robust... intelligence system at the Capitol Police," Clint Watts says. "It doesn't seem, from the report, that they are properly staffed and most importantly properly trained to do their job."

Despite this, the digital single of "What?" and its music video, as well as merchandise, will still be released "as scheduled," the group said.

Burger King was grilled after its UK division tweeted ‘Women belong in the kitchen’ on International Women’s Day

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