CBS: Myanmar killing continues as U.S. suspends all trade following bloodiest weekend since coup
Thousands of people have reportedly fled across the border from Myanmar into neighboring Thailand after the bloodiest weekend the country has seen since the February 1 military coup.
The U.S. and other countries have condemned the military junta running Myanmar, with the Biden administration announcing a suspension of trade on Monday, but the generals appear undeterred, likely bolstered by continued backing from Russia and China.
As Myanmar's commanders celebrated the country's annual Armed Forces Day with a parade of military hardware — joined by senior officials from Moscow and Beijing — they declared open season on the country's civilians.
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More News On The Violent Protests In Myanmar
Thousands take to the streets in Myanmar as five more protesters killed — Reuters
Funerals become scenes of Myanmar resistance, more violence — AP
Myanmar: Thousands take to streets as others flee — DW
Myanmar protests continue amid reports of killings in Yangon — Al Jazeera
Troops fire at funeral as Myanmar mourns deadliest day since coup — Fracne 24
Myanmar protesters refuse to give up mass rallies after bloodiest weekend since coup (VIDEOS) — RT
Anguish in Myanmar after weekend of 'outrageous' bloodshed — CNN
Reacting to bloody coup, US suspends trade deal with Myanmar — AP
As Myanmar Military Crackdown Intensifies, International Response Falls Short — NPR
Myanmar coup: ASEAN split over the way forward — DW
Myanmar: 'Feast for the generals, funerals for the opposition' — France 24Original Article
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