A mother (C) holds a portrait of her son who died during anti-coup protests in Myanmar’s Mandalay on April 1, 2021. (Photo: EPA-Yonhap News)
An international aid group says more than 40 children are among those who have been killed during the military's violent crackdown of anti-coup protests in Myanmar.
Save the Children described it as a nightmare.
This comes as China has again rejected attempts to sanction the military leaders at an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council.
The BBC's Laura Bicker explains what international moves might come next.
When it comes to pressure, the United States is trying to pressure China to do something, whether that is using its influence in Myanmar.
But it's unclear that it will do so.
There are a number of other countries, for instance South Korea and other Southeast Asian countries, their foreign ministers are going to meet China in the coming days and Myanmar is bound to come up in a conversation.
So, it would be interesting to see if that kind of pressure works.
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