Several children die in violence in Myanmar over the weekend.

According to Reuters, at least six children between the ages of 10 and 16 died on Saturday.

According to the New York Times, the youngest victim was only 5 years old.

In addition, a 1-year-old child was injured when he got a rubber bullet in his eye.

At least 114 people died on Saturday and at least 13 on Sunday.

The 1-year-old girl got a rubber bullet in her eye.

However, he has been told to survive.Photo: AFP / Magazine

13-year-old Maung Wai Yan Tun was playing outside in Yangon when police and the military arrived on the scene, the New York Times reports.

The boy was startled and began to run away, after which he was shot.

- How can I live without my son?

the boy's mother asked, crying at her son's coffin on Sunday, according to the BBC.

Protesters in Yangon on Saturday. Photo: AFP / Newspaper

11-year-old Aye Myat Thu was buried on Sunday.

Toys, flowers, and a drawing of a Hello Kitty character were placed in her coffin.

According to local media, the girl was shot in the town of Mawlaminy when security forces dispersed the protest.

Family members of the deceased protester cry for their loss.Photo: Reuters

Pan Ei Phyu, 14, ran to close the doors of his home when he heard the army walking down the street in Meiktila.

- I saw him collapse and at first I thought he just stumbled and fell.

But then blood sprayed from her chest, the girl's mother said.

The family’s father said no one heard the shots and they didn’t initially realize the girl was dead.

Roadblocks for protesters.

Myanmar security forces have dispersed the crowd with bullets, rubber bullets, tear gas and sound bombs. Image: Theint Mon Soe / Zuma / MVphotos

Myanmar is protesting against the February military coup.

Protests have been violently broken up by security forces and more than 400 people are estimated to have died.

Smoke rises from the Thaketa district in Yangon on Saturday.Photo: AFP / Lehtikuva

International leaders have condemned the weekend’s violence.

EU External Relations chief Josep Borrell called for an end to the tragedy in Myanmar.

The Myanmar army celebrated its annual holiday on Saturday, but instead of celebrating, the army made Saturday a “day of horror and shame,” according to Borrell.

U.S. President Joe Biden, for his part, called the violence against protesters shocking.

- It is completely shocking, and according to the information I have received, really many people have been killed completely unnecessarily.

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The protesters were armed in Yangon. Photo: Reuters