Myanmar Police Beat Education Law Protesters, Arrest More Than 100

Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

2015.03.10
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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Police in Myanmar beat students, monks and journalists, and detained more than 100 people in Bago region’s Letpadan while dispersing demonstrators who had protested for more than a week against a controversial education law, March 10, 2015.

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Protest students arrested yesterday were detained in Thayawaddy Prison. Today around 2:00 PM they were brought to the court in Lepdan where they arrested.

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Protest students arrested yesterday were detained in Thayawaddy Prison. Today around 2:00 PM they were brought to the court in Lepdan where they arrested.

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Protest students arrested yesterday were detained in Thayawaddy Prison. Today around 2:00 PM they were brought to the court in Lepdan where they arrested.

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Protest students arrested yesterday were detained in Thayawaddy Prison. Today around 2:00 PM they were brought to the court in Lepdan where they arrested.

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Protest students arrested yesterday were detained in Thayawaddy Prison. Today around 2:00 PM they were brought to the court in Lepdan where they arrested.

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