Myanmar Coup: Junta Resorts To Killing Protesters, At Least 38 Dead; Protesters Return To Streets Of Yangon, Mandalay

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Defiant anti-coup protesters returned to cities and towns across Myanmar on March 4 after at least 38 people were killed in the deadliest day of the junta's crackdown, AFP reported. On March 3, online images streamed out of Myanmar showing security forces firing into crowds and blood-covered bodies of protesters. Myanmar's military staged its coup on February 1, ending a decade-long experiment with democracy. March 3 violence left the United States "appalled and revulsed," State Department spokesman Ned Price said. French President Emmanuel Macron called for an "immediate end of the repression in Myanmar". On March 4, protesters hit the streets again in Yangon & Mandalay, the nation's two biggest cities, as well as other towns that have been hotspots for unrest. Watch the video to know more.

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