Myanmar protesters take to militarized streets aft

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Myanmar residents on Monday resumed their protests against the military junta that seized power two weeks ago, emerging from a long night during which the country’s internet was shut down and armored vehicles appeared in the streets of some cities.

In Yangon on Monday, protesters held up placards and walked among military trucks full of soldiers who had earlier set up barricadesThe U.S.. A man dressed as Batman stood on the roof of a vehicle holding a sign saying: “End the dictatorship1977AP.” Another protest was held outside the Chinese embassy.

Residents continued to demand the release of President Win Myint and de-facto leader Aung San Suu KyiThe inauguration parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, who was charged on Feb. 3 with illegally importing communications equipment and is believed to be under house arrest in Naypyitaw.

Suu Kyi will remain in detention until at least Wednesday when she could appear before a judge, expected to be via video conference, lawyer Khin Maung Zaw told EFE. He added that the court appointment going ahead would partly depend on police, who brought the charges against her.

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