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  • Myanmar's military junta accused deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday of accepting illegal payments.

  • Spokesman Brigadier General Zaw Min Tun said Sukey took payments worth $600,000 as well as gold while in government, according to complaints made by a former minister that an anti corruption committee is investigating.

  • He also said security forces only used force when necessary against demonstrators, but eight people were killed when they opened fire on anti coup protesters again on Thursday.

  • One of them was a Mia whose husband chip in the North Dagon district of Yangon.

  • They had a child and another baby on the way, she says.

  • He said it was worth dying for.

  • He was worried about people not joining the protests so democracy would not return to the country.

  • He was worried about democracy.

  • Now he has passed away.

  • I haven't been able to see his body yet.

  • Thursday's death said to a toll of more than 60 demonstrators killed since the coup of February 1st.

  • That's according to a political prisoners advocacy group.

  • On Wednesday, Amnesty International accused the military of adopting battle tactics and using lethal force against demonstrators and the UN Security Council condemned the violence and urged the army to show restraint.

  • But it stopped short of calling its actions a coup due to opposition by China, India, Russia and Vietnam.

Myanmar's military junta accused deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday of accepting illegal payments.

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Myanmar junta accuses Suu Kyi of taking bribes

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