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Protesters release red balloons during anti-coup protest in Yangon

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Yangon, Mar 24 (EFE/EPA).- Protesters in Myanmar released red balloons Wednesday during a protest against the military coup despite the intensifying violent crackdowns on demonstrators by security forces. (Camera: EPA).SHOT LIST: PROTESTERS HOLD PLACARDS AND A FLAG OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY (NLD) PARTY ATTACHED TO RED BALLOONS DURING A PROTEST AGAINST THE MILITARY COUP IN YANGON, MYANMAR.

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