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Myanmar / Pro-Democracy Protests / Monks #874661

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 05, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The smuggled-out video from Myanmar showing the military beating unarmed protesters shown.

(Bangkok: Matthew Chance) The violence in Burma featured; scenes shown of an ethnic minority fleeing their villages to escape the regime and of the refugees, including monks, in Thailand. [MONK {thru reporter's translation} - describes what happened in the protest.] [1988 protest LEADER - says we are asking the international community to pressure the military regime.] Whether the military junta has reacted to the outside pressure on Myanmar discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Chance, Matthew

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