Monitoring group says three children among 74 killed on Sunday, with 20 more deaths reported on Monday.

Protesters near makeshift barricades in Yangon during demonstrations against the military coup on Monday [AFP]

The families of dozens of people killed during anti-coup protests in Myanmar were preparing to hold funerals after a night of candle-lit vigils as a monitoring group said that three children were among the dead on Sunday and at least 20 more people were killed in violence on Monday.

The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), which has been tracking arrests and deaths since the February 1 coup, said at least three children, including a 15-year-old girl, were among 74 people killed on Sunday, the bloodiest day since the anti-coup

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