Protests in Myanmar continue as an exiled official seeks revolution



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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