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“Learn from those who were brutally killed. Don’t die for nothing”, warned the army in a message broadcast on state television. At the same time, the annual military parade provided an opportunity for a show of force. Despite international protests, nothing seems to be able to bend General Min Aung Hlaing’s junta. Burma has been plunged into crisis for two months. Each weekend brings its scenes of violence where the army no longer hesitates to attack its people. 320 people have died in the unrest since the coup, and more than 3,000 have been arrested, according to a political prisoner advocacy group.
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