No fewer than 13 people have been killed on Wednesday by Myanmar troop as demonstrators continue to agitate the return to elected government.
TOS News gathered that small blasts hit Myanmar’s biggest city, Yangon and a Chinese-owned factory was set on fire.
According to the country’s military ruler, the reaction was necessary because the civil disobedience movement was “destroying” Myanmar.
More than 580 people have been killed in the protest in Myanmar since a Feb. 1 coup that ended a brief period of civilian-led democracy.
Nationwide protests and strikes have persisted despite the military’s force to stop the opposition.
TOS News had reported on Tuesday that protesters defied the junta and sprayed roads, pavements, and bus shelters with red color. The color means the blood of people lost so far in the protest.