Burma begins three days of mourning on Saturday as more than 200 people died in clashes between security forces and pro-democracy protesters in a suburb of the capital

Burma begins three days of mourning on Saturday as more than 200 people died in clashes between security forces and pro-democracy protesters in a suburb of the capital. Hide Caption 7 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – A Buddhist monk jarvees.comwalks past burnt-out vehicles on a highway in Burmese capital Naypyitaw, on September 18. Many activists have denounced an authoritarian crackdown on dissent. Hide Caption 8 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – The coffin of a Buddhist monk lies at the Royal Chapel in Naypyitaw on September 18. Hide Caption 9 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – A Muslim Muslim burns his clothes at a fire near the Great Hall of the People in Naypyitaw on September 18. Hide Caption 10 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – Burma’s prime minister, Aung San Suu Kyi, speaks to supporters during a rally in Rangoon, Burma, on September 18. Hide Caption 11 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – Burma protesters walk along the road near the Great Hall 우리카지노of the People in Naypyitaw on September 18. Hide Caption 12 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – A crowd holds a massive poster reading “Rape is genocide” to protest what they call the country’s brutal treatment of Rohingya Muslims, during a march in Cox’s Bazar, Burma, on Monday, September 17. Hide Caption 13 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – People look at graffiti in a crowded restaurant during the demonstration in Cox’s Bazar on September 17. Hide Caption 14 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – Burmese protesters hold a large sign calling on the government to respect their right to freedom of expression during a demonstration near the Great Hall of the People in Cox’s Bazar on September 17. Hide Caption 15 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – Young people look on as Burmese protesters carry portraits of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej during their protest in Kachin State, Burma, on September 17. Hide Caption 16 of 21 Photos: Photos: The violence in Burma World reaction to Burma protests – People hold Buddhist candles during a candlelight vigil in Cox’바카라사이트s Bazar on September 17. Hide Caption 17 o