Flash mob protest held in Myanmar in bid to avoid security forces

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    Protesters in Myanmar demonstrating against the military coup made a sudden and brief return to the streets of Yangon.

    They assembled quickly in the city’s Ahlone area and flashed the three-fingered pro-democracy salute in the lightning fast protest.

    Bystanders applauded the group of mainly young people as they ran through the streets and chanted pro-democracy slogans.

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