KOMPAS.com - Thousands of people continued to rally in Myanmar despite increasing violence from the security forces.
The military, however, has been unable to quell anti-coup protests and a civil disobedience campaign.
Citizens continue to protest against the military coup in Myanmar, with numerous demonstrations taking place on Sunday across the Southeast Asian nation.
More protests are planned for Monday to call for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, the country's ousted civilian ruler. The Nobel Peace laureate was detained by the military junta after it overthrew the elected government on February 1.
On Saturday, at least two people were killed in protests in Mandalay, according to media reports. At least six others were wounded when security forces opened fire on the crowds.
Facebook banned a military-run page for inciting violence, the social media company announced on Sunday.
"This morning [Sunday], in line with our global policies, we removed the Tatmadaw True News Information Team Page from Facebook for repeated violations of our Community Standards prohibiting incitement of violence and coordinating harm," a Facebook official wrote, referring to Myanmar's armed forces.
Protesters vow to continue demonstrations