Parts of a destroyed communications tower belonging to the military-owned Mytel telecommunications company, which was damaged by protesters against the military coup. Photo: AFP Parts of a destroyed communications tower belonging to the military-owned Mytel telecommunications company, which was damaged by protesters against the military coup. Photo: AFP
Parts of a destroyed communications tower belonging to the military-owned Mytel telecommunications company, which was damaged by protesters against the military coup. Photo: AFP
Myanmar

Myanmar junta says ‘terrorist’ acts by anti-coup protesters to blame for internet blackouts

  • The State Administration Council said communications towers were destroyed by ‘people’s defence forces’ formed after the military takeover
  • Anti-coup fighters said telecoms services in northern Sagaing region, where clashes with the military have been fierce, were down on Sunday

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Parts of a destroyed communications tower belonging to the military-owned Mytel telecommunications company, which was damaged by protesters against the military coup. Photo: AFP Parts of a destroyed communications tower belonging to the military-owned Mytel telecommunications company, which was damaged by protesters against the military coup. Photo: AFP
Parts of a destroyed communications tower belonging to the military-owned Mytel telecommunications company, which was damaged by protesters against the military coup. Photo: AFP
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