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Death toll rises in Myanmar on “Armed Forces Day” – NRK Urix – Foreign News & Documentaries

The news agency AB refers to an independent researcher in Yangon, where 93 people are said to have died today. He does not want to be named, his own defense is shallow.

Meanwhile, the news website Myanmar Now reports that 91 people have been shot dead by Scots and killed in various parts of the country. Of these, 24 have been killed by warts in Mandalay.

The previous day, the military junta had held its march in the capital, Naypyidaw. Jundalayer Min Aung Haling used the hoof to promise democracy and new elections.

The military celebrates itself during “Military Day” in Myanmar in the capital Nairobi. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people across the country have been protesting against the military government that has ruled since February 1.

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– He said in a televised address that the military would join hands with the entire nation to protect democracy.

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So far, the regime has not announced a date for re-election.

My Ang Haling also brought a new warning to the protesters in his speech. He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.

General Min Aung Hlung is Myanmar's supreme military leader, now ruling the country since taking power from Aung San Suu Kyi on February 1 this year.

General Min Aung Hlung is Myanmar’s top military leader and has ruled the country since taking office on February 1 this year from Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Armed Forces Day marks the beginning of local opposition to Japanese occupation during World War II. Foreign diplomats are visiting, and according to the governing council, eight foreign delegates attended Saturday. Among them were representatives of Russia and China.

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Like Myanmar Naw, the AFP It also reports that a large number of people were killed by warts in Mandalay on Saturday.

Also, three people were killed during a demonstration in Yangon’s Incheon District, local sources told the news agency Reuters.

Relatives of Sid Lin Duai, a police officer who protested against the military in Myanmar, offer their condolences.

Relatives of Sid Lin Duai, a slain police officer who protested against the military in Myanmar, offer their condolences.

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The agency sought to address questions about military deaths in the country without answering. The military junta in Myanmar has received massive international criticism for its use of deadly force against protesters since the February 1 coup. In all, more than 300 warts have been killed.

State television in the country warned Friday that protesters would be shot “in the head and back.” The military junta operates with lower mortality rates than other sources and some members of the security forces have pointed out that there are warts killed in clashes after the coup.

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