@nytimes
The New York Times
a day ago
The soldiers descended before dawn. At gunpoint, they ordered technicians to switch off the internet. Since the coup in Myanmar, the military has repeatedly cut access to the internet, isolating a country that had only just linked to the outside world. https://t.co/0fqkzQAkfm
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@_ladder_MD
Pool Ladder, MD
a day ago
@nytimes Is there like one big cartoon light switch for internet in Myanmar?
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@nyttypos
Typos of the New York Times
a day ago
@nytimes Crackdown, when used as a verb, is spelled "crack down," @hkbeech, @paulmozur. https://t.co/Yge17Px59L
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@lumahaiblue1
Ben Rodrigo
a day ago
@nytimes the next venezuela?
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@VanLian23599712
Van Lian
a day ago
@nytimes Myanmar soldier threatening citizens that he will shoot all tonight #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar #Feb23Coup https://t.co/yDX3mdm670

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@JamesF36025625
Anon01Native97
a day ago
@nytimes They can try
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@p3dft419
peter wong
a day ago
@nytimes Try hacking this firewall hackers! 😄
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@Coltonblack15
CB aka big bird aka colton
a day ago
@nytimes After being in Texas during the crap last week and having no internet the entire time... let me tell ya... it is isolating and it blows major. Can’t imagine what these people are going through. Why is the world so crazy? Peace and love people... peace and love.
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@WeHearPodcast
We HearVoicesOutThere
a day ago
@nytimes I can see this happening in America if the Republican Party continues to get away with their sedition. This is exactly what Jan 6 was all about. We must stay vigilant and investigate all involved or possibly face these same consequences of a military coup.
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