After at least 38 people died on Wednesday in the “bloodiest” day of Myanmar’s crisis, the United Nations warned the situation could threaten regional stability and turn into a “real war”.Myanmar has been in turmoil since February 1 when the military ousted and detained civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, ending the nation’s decade-long experiment with democracy and sparking daily mass protests. The fresh violence also comes after the junta told security forces to avoid using live bullets…

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