YANGON – As the military assault on anti-coup protestors in Myanmar continues, up to 840 people have been dead, including three on Sunday, according to the Assistance Association of Political Prisoners (AAPP).
“On Sunday, in Mandalay region, Moe Myint Aung was hit in the stomach by a bullet and killed after the junta stormed Yonetan Ward and Hman Cho Ward to arrest six youngsters and opened fire on the door to enter Moe Myint Aung’s house,” according to AAPP.
Every day before daybreak, people create enormous lines outside banks in Yangon, the country’s largest city, to obtain cash. The lack of cash has also made it impossible for the military to pay soldiers on s
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Myanmar: 840 people have been killed so far as a result of the military crackdown.