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Myanmar: Protesters march again after bloodiest day of coup unrest

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Anti-coup protesters have taken to the streets across Myanmar following the deadliest day of a brutal military crackdown, which drew strong international condemnation. Protesters marched on Monday in defiance of the crackdown by junta forces that killed at least 18 people a day earlier. Security forces with water cannon and military vehicles were mobilized at protest hotspots in Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, where the military opened fire on protesters the day before. Along one road in Yangon, demonstrators taped to the ground hundreds of pictures of junta leader Min Aung Hlaing, bearing the words “shame on you, dictator, we will…

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