Myanmar pro-democracy rally, police fired Friday. It confirmed the death of at least one person. Protests have been going on in the Southeast Asian country since February 8 to protest the military junta’s seizure of power. Initially, it was limited to processions and warnings, but now Myanmar security forces are firing on protesters on a daily basis. At least 52 pro-democracy activists have been killed so far.
According to the news agency Reuters, the storm of condemnation of the killing of civilians is going on all over the world. A meeting of the UN Security Council has been called. The United States has also announced new sanctions.
Protests erupted in Myanmar’s major cities on Friday. Protesters have demanded the reinstatement of Myanmar’s elected government and the release of other political leaders, including Aung San Suu Kyi. The largest gathering was in Mandalay, Myanmar’s second-largest city. Thousands of people have joined it.
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