Two people were shot dead by police in Yangon on Friday night and in the early hours of
Saturday, and another who was in critical condition after being shot in the head died later on Saturday, as thousands of city residents launched night-time protests against the regime together with their counterparts in other parts of the country.
Defying the military’s unjust rule, which includes an 8pm-4am curfew order and a ban on assembly, thousands of people in major cities took to the streets on Friday night, right after the beginning of stay-at-home hours.
Two men in Yangon’s Thaketa Township were shot dead on the spot at around 12.30am while besieging a police station as people demanded the security forces release three men detained by police after a sit-in protest on Friday night.
Along with the protests on Friday night, candlelight vigils for those killed by police and soldiers in violent assaults on anti-regime protesters over the past month were held in major cities across Myanmar, including Yangon, Mandalay, Bagan, Sagaing, Magwe, Myitkyina, Hpakant, Mawlamyaing, Dawei and Myeik.
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