8 Killed, again rained on demonstrators protesting against the coup

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Myanmar News – Protesters protesting the coup and night curfew opened fire on Saturday by security forces. More than 8 people died in it. According to media reports, the incident occurred in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Saturday morning. Three people died on the outskirts of the city. While three other protesters died in Mandalya city. All have died from bullet injuries.

In Thaketa township, security forces opened fire to disperse the protesters.

According to information received by World News superfast, two people died of bullet injuries. All of them were demanding the release of the arrested protesters. According to media reports, the third demonstrator was killed in Hlyant Township. Here too a group of protesters were shot.

Army accused of using ammunition

According to the Japan news outlet, three people have also died in Mandalay in central Myanmar. Meanwhile, the security forces reportedly used ammunition on the protesters. A protestor was chased down on Saturday morning. Whereas, one death has taken place in Piyya. It is located 140 KM south of Napita, the country’s capital.

Army screws on media institutions on false accusations

According to the news website The Irawadi, he has been falsely accused of breaching social peace. This is the first time since the rule of the military, not a news reporter but a media institution has faced charges.

Suu Kyi has been under house arrest for some time

Suu Kyi has been kept in an undisclosed location for the past 5 weeks. She faces several charges, including illegally possessing radio equipment and breaking the Kovid-19 rules.

More than 70 killed in protest against army

Demonstrations have continued on the streets of Myanmar since the military rule and coup on 1 February. At the same time, the army is constantly pursuing a policy of repression on these protesters. Hundreds of people have taken to the streets across the country against military rule. Human rights experts in South Asian countries say that 70 people have died during the demonstrations so far. While more than 2 thousand people have been arrested. Earlier on Thursday, 7 people died during the protest.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTMyanmar News – Protesters protesting the coup and night curfew opened fire on Saturday by security forces. More than 8 people died in it. According to media reports, the incident occurred in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Saturday morning. Three people died on the outskirts of the city. While three other protesters died in Mandalya city. All have died from bullet injuries.In Thaketa township, security forces opened fire to disperse the protesters.According to information received by World News superfast, two people died of bullet injuries. All of them were demanding the release of the arrested protesters. According to media reports, the third demonstrator was killed in Hlyant Township. Here too a group of protesters were shot.Army accused of using ammunitionAccording to the Japan news outlet, three people have also died in Mandalay in central Myanmar. Meanwhile, the security forces reportedly used ammunition on the protesters. A protestor was chased down on Saturday morning. Whereas, one death has taken place in Piyya. It is located 140 KM south of Napita, the country’s capital.Army screws on media institutions on false accusationsAccording to the news website The Irawadi, he has been falsely accused of breaching social peace. This is the first time since the rule of the military, not a news reporter but a media institution has faced charges.Suu Kyi has been under house arrest for some timeSuu Kyi has been kept in an undisclosed location for the past 5 weeks. She faces several charges, including illegally possessing radio equipment and breaking the Kovid-19 rules.More than 70 killed in protest against armyDemonstrations have continued on the streets of Myanmar since the military rule and coup on 1 February. At the same time, the army is constantly pursuing a policy of repression on these protesters. Hundreds of people have taken to the streets across the country against military rule. Human rights experts in South Asian countries say that 70 people have died during the demonstrations so far. While more than 2 thousand people have been arrested. Earlier on Thursday, 7 people died during the protest.
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