'No noises, only birds': silent strike shuts Myanmar as prisoners freed

A car is driven on an empty road in downtown Yangon, Myanmar Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Anti-coup protesters on Wednesday tried a new tactic that they dubbed a 'silence' strike, calling for people to stay home and businesses to close for the day. - AP

* Buses full of prisoners seen driving out of Insein * Silent strike planned ahead of big protest on Thursday (March 25)

* Seven-year-old girl killed in Mandalay * UNICEF says crisis having devastating impact on children

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