At least five more people have been killed in police firing on anti-military protests in Myanmar. The deadliest day of the month-long protests across the country since the military coup took place on Sunday. A report by the British news agency Reuters quoted the country’s politicians and doctors as saying.
A report by the British news agency Reuters quoted the country’s politicians and doctors as saying. It has been said, the second consecutive day of nationwide police crackdown on protesters At least five people were killed-oppression. Several others were injured in the incident.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Sunday morning in Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, police said. A woman who took part in the protest was killed. However, his daughter and colleagues did not know how he died.
Earlier, at least three people were killed when police opened fire on protesters demanding the end of military rule. A total of six people have been killed in the country since the February 1 coup.
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