The G7 on Myanmar: "We condemn the intimidation and oppression of those opposing the coup....The systematic targeting of protesters, doctors, civil society and journalists must stop and the state of emergency must be revoked." . #MyanmarCoup 

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SB19 on Tuesday announced that they have postponed the virtual launch of "What?" after the P-pop group was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

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.

C’mon Americans! We are so close to getting to a much safer moment in this pandemic. We can’t give up now. It’s the 25th mile; 2 minutes left in the 4th quarter. Wear the mask for a while longer. Drink beer outside not inside. We are not quitters. We are winners. #FinishStrong  !

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Just finished at the National Press Club on the sexual degradation of women; the cancer of the Murdoch media monopoly; and the 5 big mega-challenges to Australia’s future. Get ready for fair and balanced Murdoch media coverage tomorrow. Full text & video:

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

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