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Twitter suspends account of Myanmar information ministry


Yangon/Mandalay, Mar 21 (EFE/EPA).- Twitter suspended Sunday the account of the Myanmar information ministry as anti-coup protests continue unabated, in which nearly 250 people have lost their lives in weeks of pro-democracy demonstrations since the military toppled an elected government.“Account suspended. Twitter suspends accounts which violate the Twitter rules,” reads the message on the landing page of @myanmar_moi, the suspended account of the ministry. (Camera: ARCHIVE).ARCHIVE FOOTAGE SHOWS ANTI-COUP PROTESTS IN MANDALAY AND YANGON, MYANMAR.

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