Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun holds up three fingers at the end of his speech to the General Assembly where he pleaded for International action in overturning the military coup in his country. Photo: Reuters Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun holds up three fingers at the end of his speech to the General Assembly where he pleaded for International action in overturning the military coup in his country. Photo: Reuters
Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun holds up three fingers at the end of his speech to the General Assembly where he pleaded for International action in overturning the military coup in his country. Photo: Reuters
Myanmar

Myanmar woman shot and wounded, dozens of protesters detained as military clampdown intensifies

  • Protests against the February 1 coup continued in Yangon, with police firing rubber bullets to disperse demonstrators
  • The junta fired envoy Kyaw Moe Tun who broke ranks by calling on UN member states to condemn the takeover

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Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun holds up three fingers at the end of his speech to the General Assembly where he pleaded for International action in overturning the military coup in his country. Photo: Reuters Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun holds up three fingers at the end of his speech to the General Assembly where he pleaded for International action in overturning the military coup in his country. Photo: Reuters
Myanmar's ambassador to the United Nations Kyaw Moe Tun holds up three fingers at the end of his speech to the General Assembly where he pleaded for International action in overturning the military coup in his country. Photo: Reuters
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