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Myanmar police Shot: Seven protesters died more

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KATHMANDU: Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Thursday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Thursday, removing hundreds of protesters. Earlier, Amnesty International said Myanmar’s military had cracked down on protesters.

Six protesters were shot dead by security forces in the Myanmar city of Myaing on Thursday. Another protester was killed in Yangon’s North Dagon district. “We were protesting peacefully,” said a 31-year-old protester. He noted that the security forces did not expect to fire.

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Earlier, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners Advocacy Group said more than 60 people had been killed and more than 2,000 arrested in anti-military protests in Myanmar.

Amnesty International also said on Thursday that Myanmar’s military had used “unnecessary force” to kill protesters. Amnesty International also said that protesters had been shot dead.

Myanmar’s military has not commented. On February 1, Myanmar’s military cracked down on pro-democracy leaders. Protests are now taking place in Myanmar. The international community has been urging Myanmar’s military to correct its actions. However, Myanmar’s military has defended itself, saying the move was necessary to protect democracy in the country.

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