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Gallery: Vacation does not prevent demonstrations


Protesters hold an anti-coup rally in Mandalay on Wednesday. (RFA)

This hand-out photo taken and released by Dawei Watch on April 15, 2021 shows protesters dropping balloons during a demonstration against the military coup in Dawei.  (AFP / Dawei Watch)
This hand-out photo taken and released by Dawei Watch on April 15, 2021 shows protesters dropping balloons during a demonstration against the military coup in Dawei. (AFP / Dawei Watch)

This photo was taken and received from an anonymous Facebook source on April 11, 2021 The slogan and photo decorating the leaves as part of
This photo was taken and received from an anonymous source via Facebook on April 11, 2021 Leafy slogan and photo as part of the “Green Day Strike” held last week. (AFP / Anonymous Source)

Demonstrators in the Dawei town of Launglone marched on Thursday against the military coup in Dawei's town of Launglone.  (AFP / Dawei Watch)
Demonstrators in the Dawei town of Launglone marched on Thursday against the military coup in Dawei’s town of Launglone. (AFP / Dawei Watch)

Protesters in Ahline, Yangon, on Monday urged the United Nations to exercise its Responsibility for Protests or R2P.  (RFA)
Protesters in Ahline, Yangon, on Monday urged the United Nations to exercise its Responsibility for Protests or R2P. (RFA)

A protester drew a resistance party's three-finger greeting as part of a protest "Strike bleeding" performed Wednesday at Shwebo in the Sagaing region of Myanmar.  (AFP / Anonymous Source)
A protester draws a resistance’s three-finger salute as part of Wednesday’s “Bleeding strike” protest in Shwebo in Myanmar’s Sagaing region. (AFP / Anonymous Source)

Buddhist monks and protesters march Tuesday in Mandalay during Myanmar's Thingyan New Year festival.  (AFP / Anonymous Source)
Buddhist monks and protesters march Tuesday in Mandalay during Myanmar’s Thingyan New Year festival. (AFP / Anonymous Source)

The streets of Yangon were mostly deserted on Friday when the protesters held
Streets in Yangon were mostly deserted on Friday when protesters held a “Silent Strike” to mourn more than 700 people killed by the military since the coup began. (RFA)

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