Protesters lie on the ground after police opened fire to disperse an anti-coup protest in Mandalay, Myanmar, March 3, 2021. Among them, Angel, 19, bottom-left, also known as Kyal Sin, took cover before she was shot in the head. REUTERS/Stringer

Angel a 19-year-old protester, also known as Kyal Sin, lies on the ground before she was shot in the head as Myanmar's forces opened fire to disperse an anti-coup demonstration in Mandalay, Myanmar, March 3, 2021. Thirty-eight people were killed in Myanmar as the military quelled protests in several towns and cities on Wednesday, the United Nations said, the most violent day since demonstrations against last month's military coup first broke out. REUTERS/Stringer

Tear gas and fire extinguisher gas float around demonstrators during a protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, March 3, 2021. 19-year-old woman, Kyal Sin, also known as 'Angel' was one of two shot in the second largest city Mandalay. REUTERS/Stringer

Protesters crouch after police opened fire to disperse an anti-coup protest in Mandalay, Myanmar, March 3, 2021. Four children were among those killed, according to aid agency Save the Children and local media reported hundreds have been arrested. REUTERS/Stringer

Protesters cover with makeshift shields during an anti-coup protest in Yangon, Myanmar, March 3, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

The body of a protester Angel also known as Kyal Sin, 19-year-old, lies during her funeral after she was shot in the head as Myanmar forces opened fire to disperse an anti-coup demonstration in Mandalay, Myanmar, March 4, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer