Street protests against last week's military coup continued on Wednesday.
Myanmar protests continue with police repression
UN Security-General Antonio Guterres said everything possible would be done to mobilise international pressure "to make sure that this coup fails".
The coup came earlier this week as the country's new parliament was set to sit for the first time following elections last year.
People waited until 8 pm (local time) when they began hitting pots and pans on the street.
Detained Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi charged with trade violation and remanded in custody
Comments came from the UN Commissioner for Human Rights at a special session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva
Rohingya Muslims have been telling their horrifying accounts to Save the Children.