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Myanmar protesters back on streets after internet blackout


Yangon, Feb 15 (EFE/EPA).- Myanmar's internet was restored on Monday morning after a nationwide blackout overnight and as protesters resumed their demonstrations against the military junta that took power on Feb. 1.In Yangon, protesters held up placards outside the Central Bank alongside military tanks and vehicles as soldiers set up barricades.Troops and armored vehicles were deployed across the country Sunday after a week of mass protests and a widespread civil disobedience movement that has severely impacted government services. (Camera: LYNN BO BO).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE GATHER TO PROTEST AGAINST THE MILITARY COUP OUTSIDE THE CENTRAL BANK IN YANGON, MYANMAR.

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