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38 killed in Myanmar’s deadliest day of protest

38 killed in Myanmar’s deadliest day of protest

At least 38 people have been killed after Myanmar’s security forces opened fire on protesters in towns and cities across the country on Wednesday. Reacting on this the UN said, ’Today was the bloodiest day since the coup happened.’ About 1,200 people have been detained, and as many as 50 have been reported dead since the coup. Protesters are demanding the release of Aung San Suu Kyi.

David
David
Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 1 months

Dock worker: "How did this shipping container filled with US military surplus end up in our port? We must work swiftly to make sure to return this to sender, this is an error... oh no we lost track of it in the countryside, oh darn now the people are armed. Whoops."

Matt
Matt 1 months

Once a government starts overtly killing it citizens, we should be talking about invasion. The US should do what it does, and liberate the people, leaving them with the threat of recurrence if their government, or it's military, become abusive again.

kaleb
kaleb 1 months

At least there, the people went to the UN and asked for it.

Hugh G
Hugh G 1 months

Good to Myanmar stopping the communists. This should've been usa last year.

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