She cover the Young Protesters— Kyaw Zayar Lin (@kzy_linn) March 13, 2021
Like A Mother
Terrorist junta’s sniper shot a pregnant woman in cold-blood. They killed 2 ppl in one shot.
Dear world, WHAT WE ARE DEALING HERE IS PURE EVIL!#WhatsHappeningInMyanmar #Mar13Coup #CrimesAgainstHumanity pic.twitter.com/HCPcMak7PX
Pamella Ferreira Andrade Martins, 21, was found dead in the coastal town of Macae, Rio de Janeiro state, on Wednesday afternoon.
A family member, who wished to remain anonymous, told local media that the victim was found inside a locked bathroom and the door had to be broken down.
Ms Martins was discovered butchered, with her belly hacked open and her unborn child missing.
A 22-year-old woman, whose identity has not been revealed, was arrested when she was admitted to hospital after checking into a nearby A&E carrying the dead baby.
According to reports, the woman had told the health professionals at the unit that she had given birth to the baby boy herself and had fallen down the stairs with him.
However, she was submitted to tests that proved she had not been pregnant. Local media also report that a knife and penknife were found in her handbag.
According to the police, the suspect had been pretending to be pregnant and was seen in the victim's company the day before the crime.
Ms Martins' relatives told police that the suspect said she 'would get herself a child whatever it takes'.
However, they did not believe she was capable of committing such a crime.
Ms Martins leaves behind a husband and a two-year-old son.
In the picture: Arsh is the youngest victim of yesterday's explosion on a caster car in Kabul.— Shafi Karimi (@karimi_shafi) March 16, 2021
Three-year-old Arsh and his mother, Khatereh Mayel, she was an employee of the Ministry of Education, were killed in the blast.
Khatera Mayel was pregnant and expecting another child. pic.twitter.com/dJnAhiAcPH
The police are investigating the case and an autopsy will be carried out to determine the cause of death of the baby.
The suspect was questioned at the police station last night, it is not clear if she remains in custody.
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