As the Security Forces act heavily against the protesters, 11 more anti-coup protesters got killed in Myanmar.
The demonstrations against Myanmar's military junta enter into the fourth week. Police and security forces have been increasingly violent against protesters.
At least 18 people were killed in Sunday's crackdown against the protesters. Also, on Wednesday the police acted really brutal.
According to reports on Wednesday, at least 11 people have been killed across the country.
World bodies including, United Nations Human Rights Council have condemned the use of violence against the peaceful protests in Myanmar.
Police have continuously been using stun grenades, tear gas, and rubber bullets to disperse the crowd. However, in recent days the use of live bullets has been seen which has increased the causalities.
Deaths have been reported in different parts of the country including the largest city Yangon and the second-largest city Mandalay.
Hundreds of Thousands of people have taken the streets to protest against the military regime in Myanmar.