Security forces have deployed tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades to dislodge protesters from their home-made barricades, with only limited success.
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Yangon tours tend to focus on the city’s religious and colonial-era buildings, but Sa Ba Tours gives visitors the chance to find the best food on offer at its many markets, teashops and stalls.
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