August 10, 2022

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In Myanmar, 11 civilians were burned alive by a military junta

Myanmar has been plunged into chaos since the February 1 military coup. The regime implements bloody repression on its adversaries, and the press is confused by a military regime that restricts Internet access and removes media licenses.

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AIn Myanmar, military juntas stormed a village and burned eleven people alive. According to eyewitnesses, five of the victims were youths. Photos of the burnt bodies with their hands tied behind their backs were shared on social media.

A spokesman for the National Unity Government (NUG), founded by former disgruntled MPs from Aung San Suu Kyi’s party, said 100 soldiers were involved in the attack on the village of Tan Tao on Tuesday morning. The victim is said to be 14 years old to the youngest and 40 years old to the oldest. “These acts are first class war crimes. These are simply acts of terrorism, ”according to a statement.

A man from a village in the northwest of the country said, “My brother was a student, he was only 22 years old. “When the soldiers arrived he tried to escape, but they caught him and killed him.”

About 10,000 people have already been jailed for protesting against the military regime, according to an organization that supports political prisoners. At least 1,300 people have been killed.

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