BBC News-At least two people have been killed during fresh protests in Myanmar against a military coup.
Police used live ammunition to disperse demonstrators in Mandalay, local media and medical staff reported.
Hundreds had gathered for a rally at a shipyard in Myanmar’s second largest city. Several were injured, reportedly by live fire and rubber bullets.
Myanmar has seen weeks of protests following the coup which overthrew Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government.
Protesters are demanding that she be released, along with other members of her National League for Democracy (NLD) party. She is under house arrest, accused of possessing illegal walkie-talkies and violating the country’s Natural Disaster Law.
The military allege the NLD’s landslide election win last year was fraudulent but have not provided proof.