‘Red Movement’ protesters daub Myanmar streets with paint as military crackdown death toll rises | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

‘Red Movement’ protesters daub Myanmar streets with paint as military crackdown death toll rises

Pro-democracy protesters gathered in Myanmar on Wednesday to cover the streets of Yangon in red paint, marking the bloodshed and lives lost in clashes with the military, after the junta seized control of the country.

The student-led ‘Red Movement’ has sparked demonstrations across the country, with protesters throwing red paint onto roads and buildings to show their opposition to the military’s takeover without risking getting caught up in the violence.

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