Myanmar coup: Facebook shuts down military’s page, as thousands protest

Actor Lu Min taken from his home in Yangon as demonstrations gather pace following deaths of two people on Saturday

Facebook has deleted the Myanmar military’s main page for breaching its standards prohibiting the incitement of violence, as police arrested a well-known actor wanted for opposing the military coup and thousands gathered for mass protests.

Facebook said it deleted the military or Tatmadaw’s page under its standards prohibiting the incitement of violence.

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