Indonesia condemns Myanmar violence after bloodiest day of protests – S. China Post

Indonesia said on Sunday that it was “deeply concerned” with the growing violence in Myanmar and urged restraint by security forces, after at least 18 people were killed when police cracked down on protesters on Sunday.“Indonesia urges the security forces to refrain from the use of force and exercise utmost restraint to avoid further casualties,” the foreign ministry said in a statement.Police fired on protesters on Sunday in the bloodiest day of weeks of demonstrations against a military coup…

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