A soldier stands guard in City Hall in Yangon on February 1 after Myanmar's military seized power in a bloodless coup. Photo: AFP A soldier stands guard in City Hall in Yangon on February 1 after Myanmar's military seized power in a bloodless coup. Photo: AFP
A soldier stands guard in City Hall in Yangon on February 1 after Myanmar's military seized power in a bloodless coup. Photo: AFP
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Myanmar coup: protests and political instability on the cards, along with a test for Joe Biden

  • Experts say the military’s move to seize power has sparked fears of human rights violations, with a return to democratic rule uncertain
  • The coup also has regional ramifications, with China keeping an eye on its investments and the new US administration expected to focus more on rights issues

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A soldier stands guard in City Hall in Yangon on February 1 after Myanmar's military seized power in a bloodless coup. Photo: AFP A soldier stands guard in City Hall in Yangon on February 1 after Myanmar's military seized power in a bloodless coup. Photo: AFP
A soldier stands guard in City Hall in Yangon on February 1 after Myanmar's military seized power in a bloodless coup. Photo: AFP
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