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A UN Security Council-imposed arms embargo on the Myanmar junta would signal to the millions of people marching in the streets of Myanmar, risking everything for democracy and freedom, that they are not alone in this struggle. The world stands with them.
Pro-military protesters gesture as they take part in a rally in Yangon on February 25, 2021 - @AFP
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