Ooredoo targeted in Myanmar

 08 Jun 2014 - 3:37

A couple walks past an Ooredoo billboard in Yangon, Myanmar, yesterday. Anti-Muslim nationalists led by Buddhist monks launched a boycott of Ooredoo that plans to start providing mobile phone services in August. Extremist Buddhist monks launched the so-called 969 movement in 2012 which encourages boycotts of shops and services owned by Muslims.