To Myanmar now, where at least 11 people were killed on Monday and 57 over the weekend, marking the bloodiest days since protests started last month. The UN human rights office said on Tuesday it is “deeply disturbed” that the crackdown on peaceful protesters in Myanmar “continues to intensify”. OHCHR spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani says they have so far confirmed that at least 149 people have been killed as a result of unlawful use of lethal force since 1 February, when the military overthrew the civilian Government.