Myanmar Forces Fire At Protesters Again, 1 Killed
The Morning Standard|March 06, 2021
Despite increasingly brutal crackdown, thousands hit the streets
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A protester was shot dead in Myanmar on Friday in the latest round of bloodletting at anti-coup demonstrations.

Despite an increasingly brutal crackdown by the military authorities that has seen more than 50 people killed, protesters took to the streets again in towns around the country to denounce the coup.

In Mandalay, Myanmar’s second-largest city, hundreds of engineers took to the streets crying “Free our leader” in reference to ousted State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, detained by the military since the first night of the coup.

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