Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi greets supporters from a car as she visits Monywa, Myanmar, to talk with police about a crackdown on Chinese mine protesters.
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Buddhist monks in Monywa make posters with pictures of those who were injured in a police crackdown in Mandalay, Myanmar.
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Buddhist monks in Monywa hold placards during a protest against a recent crackdown on villagers and monks protesting against a Chinese-backed copper mine.
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A fire burns in a protest camp following a security crackdown of a camp of protesters against a Chinese-backed copper mine in Myanmar.
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Buddhist monks receive treatment at a hospital after police fired water cannons and gas during a crackdown on villagers and monks protesting against a Chinese-backed copper mine in Myanmar.
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Buddhist monks with burn injuries from a police crackdown on mine protesters are treated at a hospital in Myanmar.
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A fire burns in a protest camp following a security crackdown of protesters against a Chinese-backed copper mine in Myanmar.
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Buddhist monks from Myanmar protest in front of their embassy in Thailand, holding up photos of their comrades from their homeland of Myanmar who suffered burn injuries during a police crackdown on protesters.
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A protesting Buddhist monk takes pictures of Myanmar police officers who guard the Chinese mine company Wan Bao Co. Ltd. located in northwestern Myanmar.
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Myanmar police officers also stand guard at the entry point to the Letpadaung mine in Myanmar.