In Myanmar, security officials are increasingly restraining protesters protesting the military coup, and local media reports that more than 10 people were killed in the shootings of security officials on the 28th.

Massive protests against the military that carried out the coup have continued in Myanmar for more than three weeks.

On the other hand, the suppression of security authorities is getting stronger day by day, and according to local media, more than 10 people were killed on the 28th due to the shooting of security authorities in the largest city such as Yangon and Dawei in the south.

Meanwhile, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has issued a statement that "there is reliable information that at least 18 people have died."

It's been a month since the coup d'etat, but tensions are rising locally due to the increase in casualties due to the restraint of the authorities.