U.S. suggests stopping military action
WASHINGTON: The United States has reacted to the escalation of violence against military rule in Myanmar. Protesting peacefully, he said he was supporting the people who are fighting for democratic rule in Myanmar again. She said the soldiers should stop the actions being taken against the people. The US State Department has appealed to the military rulers to do the same.
He called for the release of detained journalists and activists. He said the army should respect the sentiments of the people. Meanwhile, Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been in custody since February 1. People are protesting against the release of Sookie. Mandy two days ago, the police opened fire on the crowd that protests in the city, taking the lives of three people and set it caused a sensation. About 150 people were injured in the attack.
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