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Jakarta — Myanmar pro-democracy activists were back out on the streets on Thursday to demonstrate against military rule a day after the UN said 38 people had been killed in the most violent day of unrest since February’s coup.

Police opened fire to break up a protest in the town of Pathein, to the west of Yangon, early on Thursday, media reported, but there were no immediate reports of casualties...

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