At least four more people have been killed, according to witnesses and local media, bringing the total death toll to 80.
On Sunday, anti-coup protesters continued their demonstrations as Myanmar entered its seventh week of military rule, with a group of MPs in hiding urging them to drive with “invincibility” to resolve the country’s “darkest moment.”
Witnesses and local media reported that a young man was shot and killed in Bago, a town near Yangon’s commercial capital.
According to Kyaw Swar, a Bago city resident and protester, a fellow demonstrator was killed by a gunshot and several others were wounded.
He said, “Tension has risen.” “People would not stop demonstrating, and the military is attempting to put a stop to it.”
Another protester was killed in the northeastern town of Hpakant, according to the newsmen.
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