"Why are they using so much force? They pushed us violently. Why did they do that?" said one young protester who had argued with an officer.
The woman is the first confirmed death since the military's takeover earlier this month
Hundreds of anti-coup protesters gathered at the Hledan junction in Yangon on Tuesday, after Myanmar's generals imposed a second straight overnight internet shutdown.
The rebel music is aimed at encouraging youths to go against the military after the state coup earlier in February.
Demonstrators called for civil disobedience as mass street protests against military rule in Myanmar entered their second week.
Thousands of protesters in Myanmar have defied a ban on gatherings by the military who ousted the elected government two weeks ago.
Protesters have defied a ban on public gatherings to as anti-coup demonstrations continue, while the authorities have stepped up the arrests of politicians and activists.
Facebook has pledged to reduce the distribution of all content on Facebook pages and profiles run by the Myanmar Military “Tatmadaw”, as well as accounts linked to the armed forces spokesperson Brigadier-General Zaw Min Tun.
Myanmar protests continue with police repression
Rohingya refugees in the sprawling refugee camp of Cox’s Bazar this celebrated the four-day Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha.
Thousands of Rohingya refugees, many of them children, face starvation without international action