Hundreds of people, including members of the Catholic clergy, have signified support for protests in towns and cities across Myanmar in a show of defiance to the military takeover of their government.
Media reports and photos sent to Radio Veritas Asia show people congregating in the streets, holding motorcades, and staging noise barrage across the country.
All photos by Radio Veritas Asia staff
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