Myanmar security services killed at least two protestors Tuesday, after killing more than 50 on Sunday — the single-most violent day since the Feb. 1 coup that toppled Aung San Suu Kyi’s elected government. The deaths add to the U.N.’s estimated nationwide death toll of 149 since the hostile takeover. Nick Schifrin reports on the daily duel between the country’s military and protestors.
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