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More than 700 people have been killed by security forces since Myanmar’s military grabbed power in a coup on 1 February, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (Burma). The BBC has spoken to loved ones of three people who have died.

As Myanmar’s coup violence continues to spiral, so has the number of its victims as a crackdown on protesters intensifies.

Some of those who died had taken part in anti-coup protests, while others – including children – were simply sitting in their homes when they were killed.

Here, three families share their stories.