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Nyi Nyi Aung Htet Naing was 23 years old when he was brutally killed by the military during pro-democracy protests in Yangon on Myanmar’s bloodiest day since the coup - Sunday February 28. Today, his heartbroken family held his funeral surrounded by many
Replying to @freya_cole: Nyi Nyi is one of at least 18 people killed on Sunday in the ongoing effort to restore democracy in Myanmar. While families…
I'm going through the hundreds of videos and photographs sent from young people inside Myanmar. They are scenes of a battlefield. Blood, death, head wounds, eye wounds, fear, comradeship, passion. My few words can't describe the gravity of the situation. #WhatsHappeninglnMyanmar
Nyi Nyi is one of at least 18 people killed on Sunday in the ongoing effort to restore democracy in Myanmar. While families are grieving a huge loss, the violence on the streets is escalating. There are reports of more deaths and serious injuries
The United States is gravely concerned by reports of atrocities in Ethiopia's Tigray region. We strongly condemn the killings, forced removals, sexual violence, and other violations of human rights. The international community must work together to prevent further atrocities.
@antonioguterres when do you think is a good time for you to even take a glance at the active #TigrayGenocide.. you are avoiding it #Tigray... u seem to have personal hate or issue to ignore this while in thousands are massacred looted raped fled their homes...BREAK YOUR SILENCE
I stayed silent because I trusted Daw Aung San Su Kyi was doing the right thing. Never knew what really happened(genocide). Or that the #Rohingya people are one of our own. I am so ashamed knowing that I was brainwashed so bad. Justice for #Rohingya people. Justice for them!
1 year of backdoor government in Malaysia as well today. #MilkTeaAlliance is based on the fight for democracy and despite everyone fighting for it & standing in solidarity, political elites remain so deeply rooted in our systems. End the strongmen era in SEA once and for all.
As the junta ratchets up its brutal attacks against peaceful protesters in Myanmar, the world must ratchet up its response. Words of condemnation are welcome but insufficient. We must act. I'm releasing a statement today w options for UN member states & the UN Security Council.
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