Myanmar: Security forces kill 18 more protesters
Security forces in Myanmar have opened fire on protesters, killing at least 18 protesters.
According to a foreign news agency, one policeman was killed and three others were injured in the firing by security forces.
On the other hand, martial law has been imposed in two areas of Yangon and protests against the military coup are still going on in different cities.
It should be noted that 100 people have been killed so far in the struggle to restore democracy in Myanmar.
In Myanmar, the military seized power on February 1, sent the elected government home and arrested several leaders, sparking a nationwide protest and civil disobedience movement.