THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
February 2, 2023 at 15:31 JST
People from Myanmar living in Japan and their supporters on Feb. 1 gather in front of the Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo’s Shinagawa Ward to protest on the second anniversary of the 2021 coup. (Shinnosuke Ito)
Hundreds of people from Myanmar living in Japan and their supporters rallied in Tokyo and Osaka on Feb. 1 to mark the second anniversary of a 2021 military coup that has thrown the Southeast Asian nation into turmoil. [Read More]
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