Myanmar coup on film: 8 March to 18 March

Myanmar military - Photograph: Wikipedia

18 March – Media shutdown in Myanmar

The Myanmar junta is continuing its crackdown on journalists and the media. All charges against journalists must be dropped and the media allowed to carry out its work without fear of arrest or attack.

17 March – Internet shutdown in Myanmar

Each night, the Myanmar junta shuts off the internet across the country and is now completely cutting mobile internet access nationwide, affectingtens of millions of people. We must stand with the people and tell the world what’s happening in Myanmar.

8 March – Lockdown in Sanchaung

The Myanmar military cornered hundreds of student protesters in Sanchaung and fired at those seeking shelter. We must stand with the people of Myanmar.

8 March – Myanmar women on the protest frontlines

Women of Myanmar are proudly waving their sarongs in a fight against the military junta.

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