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Myanmar: Anti-Mining Women Protesters Detained

Protest against detaining 12 woman for protesting

Protest at a police station against the detention of 12 women in Monywa, Myanmar. Photo from Facebook of CJ Myanmar

A dozen women were detained for peacefully protesting against the Copper Mining Project which seized their lands in Monywa, Myanmar. Villagers, students and monks organized a protest[my] at the police station on September 10 to demand the freedom of the activists.

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