Myanmar’s Military Tightens Grip on Power, Accuses Protestors of Inciting Violence


Widespread protests continue to roil the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar for the third week following a military coup. Security forces are intensifying their crackdown against protesters who are demanding a return to civilian rule.

Myanmar’s military leaders, armed with a new security law, are warning protesters that any attempts to subvert their authority could land them in prison for up to 20 years.

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