Transcript for International outrage mounts as deaths rise in Myanmar
He's hopeful he can get Republican support. Maryalice, thank you. And memorials today in Myanmar, after 100 people including children were believed to be killed by security forces. International outrage is mounting. Here's Julia Macfarlane. Reporter: Tonight, families across Myanmar burying their dead. More than 100 killed in that military crackdown, among them 7 children. The mother of 13-year-old sai Wai Yan, clinging to his casket, crying out, "How can I live without you, my son? Why are you leaving me behind?" Saturday, the deadliest day since Myanmar's military overthrew the democratically-elected government last month. The violence raging in more than 40 towns. Security forces brutally kicking and beating protesters. Forces opening fire on this motorbike, wounding one, as two others fled. Here, another protester, apparently shot, dragged to safety. Today, after all that bloodshed, the people defiant again. Some with slingshots, bows and arrows, and molotov cocktails. Linsey, a dozen nations including the U.S. Joined together for a rare statement condemning yesterday's violence. But with both sides refusing to back down, it seems that harsh words will do little to stop the conflict.
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