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  • wearing yellow and white construction helmets, some holding homemade shields made out of wood, others with a satellite dish.

  • Myanmar's protests against the military coup showed no sign of letting up.

  • On Wednesday, security forces fired rubber bullets, stun gun grenades and tear gas to break up the protests.

  • Later, there were reports of live ammunition fired and at least nine people were killed.

  • It comes a day after the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, urged restraint.

  • But they failed to unite behind a call for the military to release ousted government leader Aung San Suu Kyi and restore democracy.

  • Meanwhile, inside the country, a prominent activists called for sanctions on businesses linked to the military across the nation.

  • On Wednesday, nine people were hurt and at least two people were killed in the second largest city of Mandalay.

  • That's according to the Myanmar now news agency in Yangon.

  • Hundreds of people were detained, including several protest leaders and activists said, as well as local media reports of firing and deaths in the central towns of Michigan and maguey Media also reported five people were wounded.

  • In the town of Man.

  • You are the military has justified the coups, saying it's complaints of voter fraud in the November 8th election were ignored.

  • Nearly 1300 people have been detained, according to activists, including six journalists in Yangon.

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wearing yellow and white construction helmets, some holding homemade shields made out of wood, others with a satellite dish.

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At least nine killed in Myanmar as police fire to break up protests

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/04
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