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Myanmar, also known as Burma, is in South East Asia. The neighboring countries are Thailand, Laos, Bangladesh, China and India. A population of Myanmar is about 54 million, most of whom are Burmese speakers, although other languages are also spoken. The biggest city is Yangon (Rangoon), but the newly made capital is Nay Pyi Taw. 
Military seized control on 1 February 2021 following a general election which Ms Suu Kyi’s NLD party won by a landslide. 

The coup took place as a new session of parliament was set to open. The protests over the coup have been the largest. Protesters include teachers, lawyers, students, bank officers and government workers. Many people across the county have lost family members, jobs, and housings in current situations. The ethnic minorities in rural areas have been suffering from ongoing armed clashes and communal violence. The recent military coup escalated the situations in rural areas and people are forced to flee their homes.

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More about Internally displaced people of Myanmar (IDP):

“The Internal Displacement Monitoring Center (IDMC) estimates that there are up to 642,600 IDPs in Myanmar, who were forced to flee their homes by armed conflict and inter−communal violence. Of these, according to the IDMC, up to 400,000 are living in Shan, Kayah, Karen and Mon States and Bago and Tanintharyi Divisions; over 98,000 in Kachin and northern Shan States; around 140,000 in Rakhin State; and 5,000 in Mandalay Division.41″ (Myanmar peace monitor)

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  Protesters in Myanmar
Internally Displaced People (IDP) of Myanmar