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Myanmar protesters vow to continue despite ban on gatherings

Opponents of the coup say they will keep demonstrating, one day after huge crowds prompted the army to introduce a curfew

Opponents of Myanmar’s military coup have vowed to continue nonviolent action on Tuesday in the face of bans on big gatherings, night curfews and road closures following the biggest demonstrations in more than a decade.

The 1 February coup and detention of elected civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi sparked three days of protests across the south-east Asian country of 53 million and a growing civil disobedience movement affecting hospitals, schools and government offices.

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