Morning news brief: Facebook unfriends Myanmar military, Trump to give speech, and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi Published: Feb 21, 2021, 10:02 AM(IST)

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Facebook has deleted the main page of Myanmar military. The action has come just a day after two protesters were killed in police shooting. Use of lethal violence in Myanmar has also seen a condemnation from UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is scheduled to speak for the first time since he left office of US President. Read this and more in our morning news brief.

Facebook deletes main page of Myanmar military


Facebook's action has come just a day after two protesters were killed after police opened fire at a demonstration

Donald Trump to appear for first post-White House speech in CPAC

Donald Trump

After his historic defeat and a follow-up of unverified allegations and riots, Trump will talk about the future of the Republican Party

UN condemns use of 'lethal force' in Myanmar


Two people were shot and killed and 20 were wounded on Saturday

United Airlines' engine catches fire mid-air; debris falls on houses in Colorado

United Airlines

Shortly after take-off, the plane's right-side engine experienced a fault which resulted in a fire in the engine

UN's nuclear watchdog chief arrives in Tehran, Iran



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