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Nun begs on her knees for police to cease taking pictures protesters in Myanmar

Nun begs on her knees for police to stop shooting protesters in Myanmar


A NUN begs on her knees for police to cease taking pictures protesters in Myanmar. 

Sister Ann Rose Nu Tawng pleaded with two cops, additionally kneeling, with no success. 

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A nun begs on her knees for police to cease taking pictures protesters in Myanmar[/caption]

Tawng mentioned senior officers assured they had been simply clearing the street in Myitkyina city on Monday.

She mentioned: “I begged them to not harm the protesters, however to deal with them kindly.”

Tawng and one of many policemen are seen touching their foreheads to the bottom, however gunfire began quickly afterwards.

At the least two protesters had been killed and several other others injured, she and different witnesses mentioned. A navy spokesman and police in Myitkyina didn’t reply to requests for remark.

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‘I begged them to not harm the protesters,’ Sister Ann Rose Nu Tawng mentioned[/caption]

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A sit-in protest towards the coup in Myanmar[/caption]

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Myanmar’s navy seized energy in a cold coup on Monday, February 1, detaining democratically elected chief Aung San Suu Kyi because it imposed a one-year state of emergency.

The intervention ended a decade of civilian rule in Myanmar, with the navy justifying its energy seize by alleging fraud within the November elections that Suu Kyi’s Nationwide League for Democracy (NLD) social gathering received in a landslide.

The coup sparked international condemnation, with the US main requires democracy to be instantly restored.

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