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Myanmar: On February 1, the Myanmar army revolted and overthrew the elected government. Several political leaders, including Sookie, have been in custody since then. Facebook has reacted strongly to the ongoing violence in Myanmar. Facebook has removed the official page of the country’s military in the wake of Saturday’s civil protests in Mandalay that turned violent. The company said in a statement on Sunday that it was making the decision because the military had repeatedly violated its rules with violent policies. Two civilians were killed and at least 40 were injured in what became known as the Cold War. We are committed to our international policies. A Facebook spokesperson said: “We are removing a military page called the Tatmada True News Information Team from Facebook because it repeatedly incites violence and violates our community standards.

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