Myanmar anti-coup activists threatened but not silenced, as military crackdown continues

When Myanmar’s authorities began cracking down on civilians defying a coup led by the military three months ago, social entrepreneur and digital creator Aung Min began rallying support for the civil disobedience campaign and the pro-democracy National Unity Government on multiple social media platforms.But last month, after he was charged by Myanmar authorities under a law banning public criticism of the coup, Aung Min received a tip-off that something worse could happen to him.The 28-year-old…

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