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The Myanmar military’s bloody crackdown on the nationwide resistance to its rule showed no sign of easing on Sunday, with a human rights group reporting that the death toll across the country had passed 700.

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MMAnti-coup protestors in Myanmar splashed red paint on the streets of Yangon on Sunday, symbolizing the blood shed by demonstrators since security forces began a lethal crackdown to suppress their movement

On Easter Sunday, people across Myanmar shared photos of Easter eggs painted with pro-democracy symbols and phrases, including the 'Hunger Games' three-finger salute. Protests against Myanmar's military coup have occurred daily since Feb 1

A security guard was wounded in a bomb blast outside a military-owned bank in Myanmar’s second-biggest city Sunday morning.

On Easter Sunday, people across Myanmar shared photos of Easter eggs painted with pro-democracy symbols and phrases, including the 'Hunger Games' three-finger salute. Protests against Myanmar's military coup have occurred daily since Feb 1

Anti-coup demonstrators in Myanmar staged an Easter egg-themed protest on Sunday. Protesters wrote messages including "Spring Revolution," "We must win," while others said "save our people" and "democracy."

On Easter Sunday, people across Myanmar shared photos of Easter eggs painted with pro-democracy symbols and phrases, including the 'Hunger Games' three-finger salute. Protests against Myanmar's military coup have occurred daily since Feb 1

On Easter Sunday, people across Myanmar shared photos of Easter eggs painted with pro-democracy symbols and phrases, including the 'Hunger Games' three-finger salute. Protests against Myanmar's military coup have occurred daily since Feb 1

Anti-coup demonstrators in Myanmar, adept at finding themes to tie together protests nationwide, took to the streets holding painted eggs in a nod to the Easter holiday on Sunday.

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Finding ever-creative ways to avoid getting shot, Myanmar protesters "made the Easter egg a symbol of defiance on Sunday, posting pictures of eggs with slogans after a night of candle-lit vigils across the country to remember those killed since the" coup.

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On Sunday, a large force of the Myanmar junta's soldiers and police deployed to Hlaingthaya township of Yangon fatally shot 31 protesters. "It was the highest daily death toll in one location since the coup." A total 51 were killed over the weekend.

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"Protesters in nearly 20 places across [Myanmar] staged candle-lit protests on Saturday night and into Sunday." "One man was killed and several were wounded when police opened fire on a group setting up a barricade in the central town of Monywa."

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A powerful statement from the British ambassador condemning the Myanmar military's appalling use of violence against protesters on Sunday and calling on the "military regime to hand back power to those democratically elected by the people of Myanmar."

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On Sunday in Yangon after 8 pm curfew, a second night running gunshots from heavy weapons rang out randomly." Myanmar security forces seemed to want to "strike fear in anyone who might think about defying the authorities." It doesn't seem to be working.

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"Tens of thousands of people came out in Myanmar on Sunday in one of the biggest days of protest against last month’s coup despite overnight raids by security forces in the main city Yangon on campaign leaders and opposition activists."

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According to Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, the Myanmar military junta has detained nearly 1,800 people since the coup, as of Sunday. Judging by today's large-scale strike, that repression isn't winning the junta any friends.

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"Myanmar’s pro-democracy activists have called for the anti-Chinese “Milk Tea Alliance” in Thailand, Hong Kong, India, Taiwan and Indonesia to support a second general strike against Myanmar’s military regime on Sunday."

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Sunday: Myanmar "police opened fire in different parts of...Yangon after stun grenades and tear gas failed to disperse crowds. One man [died]...with a bullet wound in the chest. Police also opened fire in...Dawei, killing one and wounding several."

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The latest military intimidation: "Myanmar’s internet has been cut overnight on Sunday, hours after armored vehicles rolled into several cities, prompting fears for the fate of protesters and warnings by diplomats that 'the world is watching.'"

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