THARRAWADDY, MYANMAR – 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.
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