Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi has been seen by her lawyers for the first time since she was detained during a military coup a month ago.
Suu Kyi, who appeared in court via video link, appeared to be in "good health" and asked to see her legal team, her lawyers said, reports the BBC.
She has been held in an undisclosed location since the coup on 1 February.
Protesters took to the streets again on Monday, despite Sunday seeing the deadliest day yet with 18 killed.
The deaths came as the military and police ramped up its response to demonstrations across the South East Asian nation over the weekend, firing into the crowds.
However, protesters were once again out in force on Monday, demanding the elected government be restored and Ms Suu Kyi and other leaders of her party, the National League for Democracy (NLD), be released from detention.
The military says it seized power because of alleged fraud in November's general elections, which saw the NLD win by a landslide.
It has provided no proof of these allegations although it has replaced the Election Commission and promised fresh polls in a year.