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Eight reported killed as Myanmar protests aim to shake the world;

Eight reported killed as Myanmar protests aim to shake the world. Myanmar security forces opened fire on some of the largest anti-military rule demonstrations killing eight civilians. According to media reports, three months after a coup plunged the country into turmoil. After a period of diminishing numbers seemed to be further restrained by security forces. The protests organized with demonstrators in Myanmar communities around the world. To mark what organizers dubbed “the global Myanmar spring revolution.”

In a tweet, the organizers said, Shake the earth with the voice of Myanmar people’s unification. Some led by Buddhist monks, marched through cities and towns throughout the world. Including the commercial capital of Yangon and Mandalay. Where two people shot and killed, according to the Mizzima news agency. The Irrawaddy news website earlier posted a picture of a man in plain clothes. Three people killed in the central town of Wallet. according to Myanmar Now news agency, and two people killed in separate towns in Shan State in the northeast. According to the Kachin News Group, one person also killed in the northern jade-mining town of Hpakant.

Khit Thit media stated that vehicles on fire;

Khit Thit media stated that vehicles on fire

Reuters unable to confirm the claims, and a spokesperson for the governing junta did not respond to requests for comment. Protests are just one of the issues that have arisen as a result of the generals. According to United Nations figures, wars with ethnic minority rebels in isolated border areas in the north and east have escalated dramatically after the coup. Civilians armed with makeshift arms have clashed with security forces in some cities. while in central regions, military and government installations have protected for years. A blast has registered outside a police barracks in Yangon early Sunday. Khit Thit media stated that vehicles on fire, but provided no detail on injuries.

Later, two more bombs exploded in the capital, one of which injured one person outside an administration official’s house. A blast outside the home of a famous businessman has recorded by a Shan State news portal. Some rioters who do not want the state’s stability have to toss and planting homemade bombs at government offices and on public roads. According to the support organization, Assistance Association security forces have killed at least 759 protestors since the coup. 

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