Naw Naw* becomes shaky when she talks about the deadly violence being unleashed in her home of Myanmar.
- Thousands of Myanmar citizens are fighting to stay in Australia
- Back home, hundreds have been killed by the military after it seized power in a coup
- The Australian government has been criticised for its “constipated” response
Activists estimate more than 700 people — some of them children as young as five years old — have been killed since the military seized power in a coup on February 1, deposing de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
“Sometimes they kill at night … every age, they kill,” Naw Naw told the ABC.
For now, Naw Naw is safe in Melbourne, studying a diploma of early childhood.
But her time in Australia…