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Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters released from jails in Myanmar

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Yangon, Oct 19 (EFE/EPA).- Myanmar military rulers Tuesday released hundreds of people from prisons, months after the junta jailed them for demanding restoration of democracy following the ouster of a civilian government and seizure of power in an army coup on Feb.1Military dictator General Min Aung Hlaing had announced a general amnesty for thousands of protesters on Monday.The process to set free more jailed protesters will continue on Wednesday. (Camera: STRINGER). SHOT LIST: FAMILIES AND FRIENDS WAIT FOR THE RELEASE OF PRO-DEMOCRACY PROTESTERS FROM THE PRISON IN YANGON, MYANMAR.

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