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  • using a clothes line and a local superstition as protection.

  • Protesters in Yangon gathered behind their makeshift barricades on Saturday.

  • According to tradition.

  • It's bad luck to pass under the lunges or surround like skirts and the soldiers believe that, this protester says.

  • Sporadic demonstrations against a monthlong military coup was staged across Myanmar Yangon, the main city, local media reported.

  • Security forces used tear gas and stun grenades just hours after a United Nations special envoy called on the Security Council to take action against the ruling Gente for the killings of protesters.

  • More than 50 protesters have been killed since the coup on February 1st, according to the UN.

  • A copy of remarks seen by Reuters U.

  • N special envoy Christine Shiner Bergner told a closed meeting of the U.

  • N Security Council on Friday that it must put me in the security forces on notice and stand with the people of Myanmar mhm.

  • On Friday night, authorities disturbed the grave of a 19 year old woman who became an icon of the protest movement after she was shot dead wearing a T shirt that read Everything will be OK.

  • According to a witness, The body of Kyle sin, widely known as Angel, was removed on Friday, examined and returned before the tomb was resealed in the city of Mandalay.

  • A military spokesman did not answer calls seeking comment.

  • Meanwhile, authorities in Myanmar have asked India to return eight policemen who sought refuge across the border to avoid taking orders from the Gente, an official in northeast India said on Saturday.

  • India's Foreign Ministry said in the statement given on Friday that the ministry was still quote ascertaining the facts.

using a clothes line and a local superstition as protection.

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