News Now | Myanmar – (Reuters)
Facebook deletes the Myanmar army page after protesters were killed
On Sunday, Facebook deleted the main page of the Myanmar army, in accordance with its standards prohibiting incitement to violence.
The move came a day after demonstrators were killed when police opened fire on a demonstration against the February 1 coup, according to the agency, “Reuters“.
Facebook: We have removed the page due to repeated breaches of the standards prohibiting incitement to violence
A representative of Facebook said in a statement, “In line with our global policies, we have removed the Tatmada Information Team page from Facebook, due to repeated breaches of our community’s standards that prohibit incitement to violence.”
The Myanmar military is known as the Tatmadaw, and its “Tatmadaw True News Information Team” page was not available on Sunday.
Employees in the emergency services said that two people were killed in Mandalay, Myanmar’s second largest city, on Saturday, when police and soldiers opened fire to break up protests against the military coup that took place on February 1, on the bloodiest day in more than two weeks of demonstrations. .
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