Riot police stand guard near a prison during a demonstration by protesters against the military coup in Naypyidaw on Monday. Photo: AFP Riot police stand guard near a prison during a demonstration by protesters against the military coup in Naypyidaw on Monday. Photo: AFP
Riot police stand guard near a prison during a demonstration by protesters against the military coup in Naypyidaw on Monday. Photo: AFP
Myanmar

Myanmar coup timeline: from Aung San Suu Kyi’s detention and street protests to UN backlash and internet shutdowns

  • It has been two weeks since Myanmar’s military took control of the country on February 1 and declared a state of emergency
  • Peaceful street protests and a civil disobedience campaign have spread in the country as the UN, US and others have denounced the junta

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Riot police stand guard near a prison during a demonstration by protesters against the military coup in Naypyidaw on Monday. Photo: AFP Riot police stand guard near a prison during a demonstration by protesters against the military coup in Naypyidaw on Monday. Photo: AFP
Riot police stand guard near a prison during a demonstration by protesters against the military coup in Naypyidaw on Monday. Photo: AFP
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