At Least 114 People Killed By Security Forces In Myanmar As Violence Continues To Escalate

Daily Mail: Five-year-old boy is murdered in Myanmar military junta's massacre: One hundred and six pro-democracy protesters dead after troops open fire on march – after warning demonstrators 'we'll shoot you in the head'
* More than 106 protestors, including a boy, five, have been shot and killed by Myanmar security forces today * Took to streets in Yangon, Mandalay and other towns, defying warning they could be shot in 'head and back' * Has been branded 'day of shame' as the deaths marks on of the bloodiest days since the coup began * WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES Myanmar's military junta massacred a five-year-old boy and more than 100 protestors as troops opened fire on pro-democracy protestors.
It comes after state television warned demonstrators they were 'in danger of getting shot to the head and back' on Friday.
Protesters against the February 1 military coup came out on the streets of Yangon, Mandalay and other towns, defying they warning that they could be shot, while the country's generals celebrated Armed Forces Day.
More News On The Violent Unrest In Myanmar
Myanmar forces kill over 100 in deadliest day since coup — AP
Scores killed in Myanmar protests as coup leader marks Armed Forces Day — France 24
Myanmar forces reportedly kill more than 100 people, including children, in deadliest day since coup — ABC News (Australia)
At least 114 killed in Myanmar in deadliest day since start of protests — CNN
At Least 114 People Killed In Myanmar As Violence Continues To Escalate — NPR
More than 100 killed as Myanmar junta unleashes worst day of terror — The Guardian
Myanmar: Over 100 killed in deadliest day since military coup — DW
Myanmar mourns bloodiest day since coup after junta crackdown — Reuters
Myanmar coup: US 'horrified' by deadliest day since military takeover — BBC
Exclusive: Top military officers from U.S., allies to condemn violence by Myanmar security forces — ReutersOriginal Article

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