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The world has a better glimpse into the bloody skirmishes between pro-democracy protesters and the military government in Myanmar, thanks to video sharing sites like YouTube. Despite a reported government block on Internet access, people are getting pictures and video taken with mobile phones past the […]

The world has a better glimpse into the bloody skirmishes between pro-democracy protesters and the military government in Myanmar, thanks to video sharing sites like YouTube.

Despite a reported government block on Internet access, people are getting pictures and video taken with mobile phones past the digital blockade. Video like this one taken a few days ago during the monks’ protest:

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  1. Blogging Burma : Tama Leaver dot Net Saturday, September 29, 2007

    [...] YouTube has a number of clips like this one which simply show the enormous scope of the protests [Via]. A very good source is the videostream from news6776 which collates a great deal of footage [...]

  2. Powerful stuff.

  3. YouTube at the EpiCenter of Another Crisis « NewTeeVee Monday, May 12, 2008

    [...] the video-sharing site gave us glimpses of the wildfires burning in southern California and of pro-democracy demonstrations in Myanmar. Now a video shot by a student shows us what it was like during China’s [...]

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