Myanmar frees more than 300 detained since coup: prison official
YANGON — Myanmar on Friday freed more than 300 people detained in anti-junta protests, a senior prison official told AFP.
“A total of 322 people were released from Insein prison,” a senior official from the jail told AFP, on condition of anonymity.
Their release — on the eve of the military’s Armed Forces Day — comes days after the junta released more than 600 people arrested during anti-coup demonstrations.
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