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The EU says it is considering sanctions on Myanmar, while the US has penalised two more generals for links to the military coup, as Western countries seek to press the junta to avoid a violent crackdown after weeks of protests.

Junta leader Gen Min Aung Hlaing called for energy to be put into reviving the ailing economy, state media reported, a day after a general strike shut businesses and huge crowds gathered despite a warning from authorities that confrontation could get people killed...

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