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Anti-coup protest draws hundreds in Myanmar’s biggest city

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Hundreds of people joined a protest against this week’s military coup in Myanmar’s biggest city Yangon on Saturday, witnesses said.

“Military dictator, fail, fail; Democracy, win, win,” protesters chanted, calling for the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and others who have been detained since the army seized power on Monday.

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It was the biggest such street demonstration since the coup.

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