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Heavy military presence in Yangon on third anniversay of Myanmar coup


Streets in Myanmar's commercial hub Yangon are quieter than usual, with a heavy military presence in parts of the city where soldiers stand guard at checkpoints and patrol in trucks, as the nation marks the third anniversary of a 2021 coup d'etat. Opponents of the military have called for people to stay indoors in a "silent strike" against the coup. IMAGES

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