Protesters opposed to Myanmar's military coup defied bans on big gatherings to extend the largest demonstrations in more than a decade on Tuesday, chanting and confronting police who fired water cannons and arrested more than two dozen people.
The military moved soldiers into the streets of the country’s commercial capital, Yangon, as tens of thousands of protesters gathered.
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