Bordering India may seem a logical destination for those forced to leave the military's violent crackdown in Myanmar. But can those who do feel 'at home'? DW meets a family settled in Delhi. Some viewers may find this report disturbing.
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Demonstrators across Myanmar have held flower strikes, placing floral tributes at locations where security forces have killed activists since the February 1 coup.
The volatile security situation and brutal crackdown on protesters in Myanmar has prompted many to flee and cross the border into India's northeastern states.
The ousted leader's attorneys have only been able to talk to their client about "legal matters" and indicated Suu Kyi may not be aware of the bloodshed that has unfolded since the coup.
Myanmar's military rulers have said they will keep internet restrictions in place, and accused the media of fanning unrest. They acknowledged scores of deaths since the coup but blamed protesters for the violence.
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