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MYANMAR-POLITICS/CRACKDOWN
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September 14, 2015
A man who identified himself to Reuters as a plainclothed Special Branch police officer records as student...
Tharrawaddy, Myanmar
A man who identified himself to Reuters as a plainclothed Special Branch police officer records as student...
A man who identified himself to Reuters as a plainclothed Special Branch police officer records as student activist Nanda Sit Aung talks to Reuters during an interview at Tharrawaddy court, while on a lunch break at a mass trial of student protesters, Tharrawaddy, Bago, August 25, 2015. The said officer also explains that he has been ordered from his superiors to report on the mass trials of the student protesters. Every Tuesday, the moss-covered redbrick courthouse in Tharrawaddy erupts into activity for a weekly ritual: the mass trial of student protesters. Under heavy guard at a session in late August, 81 students faced charges related to protests that were crushed by baton-wielding police in March. They are among a growing number of people caught in a crackdown on dissent as Myanmar heads towards a historic election in November, when the military-backed ruling party will compete with the ascendant National League for Democracy (NLD) party of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in the first free national vote in 25 years. To Match Insight MYANMAR-POLITICS/CRACKDOWN Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Minzayar
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