Anti-coup protesters run from tear gas and charging riot police and soldiers in Mandalay on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Anti-coup protesters run from tear gas and charging riot police and soldiers in Mandalay on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Myanmar

At least 38 people killed in Myanmar after security forces fire on protesters, journalists charged over ‘false news’

  • The junta has ignored the global condemnation since the February 1 military coup, again responding to the uprising with deadly force
  • Meanwhile, pressure is mounting and Britain has called for a United Nations Security Council meeting on Friday

Anti-coup protesters run from tear gas and charging riot police and soldiers in Mandalay on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Anti-coup protesters run from tear gas and charging riot police and soldiers in Mandalay on Wednesday. Photo: AP
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