In an image that has resonated around the world, a Catholic nun kneels in front of police in Myanmar.
She is trying to protect a group of young protesters seeking refuge in the clinic she works at.
Largely Buddhist Myanmar continues to be rocked by protests against the 1 February military coup.
Talking to the BBC, Sister Ann Rose Nu Tawng explains her act of bravery and how events unfolded.
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