"Crimes against humanity are committed daily", said the non-profit Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) group, which has been recording the deaths as well as almost 3,000 people arrested, charged or sentenced since the coup.
In Yangon, the country's largest city, they flashed the three-finger salute as they wheeled the coffin of a 13-year-old boy.
Junta chief Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing did not directly refer to the protest movement when he gave his nationally televised Armed Forces Day speech before thousands of soldiers in Naypyitaw.
"The army seeks to join hands with the entire nation to safeguard democracy", Min Aung Hlaing said in his live broadcast on Saturday.
The casualties took the overall number of civilians reported killed since the coup to more than 440. The regime's gunmen also opened fire for no reason on a civilian vehicle carrying a woman and children in the afternoon, killing a man and wounding the driver.
Min Aung Hlaing addressed the ongoing protests against the military indirectly - denouncing demonstrations against the coup as "terrorism" that is "harmful to state tranquility".
In northeastern Shan state, security forces opened fire on university students - killing at least three - while in the tourist city of Bagan, a march through ancient pagodas turned into mayhem when one protesting tour guide was shot dead.
The newly imposed junta staged a major show of might for its annual Armed Forces Day Saturday as the deaths since the February 1 coup climbed to at least 423, according to a local monitoring group.
In November, Aung San Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy (NLD) won enough seats in the election to form a Government.
The violence took place on Armed Forces Day, which commemorates the resistance against Japan during the Second World War.
Suu Kyi, Myanmar's most popular civilian politician, remains in detention at an undisclosed location. Many other figures in her party are also being held in custody.
Myanmar's security forces have cracked down on new protests as the leaders of its coup marked Armed Forces Day.
In a week that saw global pressure on the junta ramped up with new USA and European sanctions, Russia's deputy defenSe minister, Alexander Fomin, attended the parade.
This was seen as a threat, since many protestors have been shot in the head, suggested they were targeted, the AP reported.
A military spokesman did not respond to calls seeking comment on the killings by security forces, the air strikes or the insurgent attack on its post.
A view of the United Nations headquarters in NY.
The UN put Saturday's death toll at 107 people -- including seven children -- but expected it to rise further.
The Department of Foreign Affairs also confirmed that they believe there are around 40 Irish people in Myanmar.
In a statement on Twitter, the U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar, Thomas L. Vajda, denounced what he described as "horrifying" bloodshed and called for "an immediate end to the violence and the restoration of the democratically elected government".
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