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Protesters in Myanmar’s south burn copies of the 2008 constitution, Chinese and Russian flags

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Protesters in Myanmar’s southern Launglone township burn copies of the 2008 constitution and printed papers of the Chinese and Russian flags, demonstrating their opposition to the two nations’ close relations with the military junta.

Added on the 08/04/2021 18:04:33 - Copyright : AFP EN

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