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Myanmar: Year of Brutality in Coup’s Wake

By Human Rights Watch
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(Bangkok) – Since the military coup on February 1, 2021, Myanmar’s junta has carried out a brutal nationwide crackdown aimed at suppressing widespread public opposition to its rule, Human Rights Watch said today. Concerned governments, including the United States, European Union, United Kingdom, and Japan, should together block the junta’s access to foreign revenues from oil, gas, and other extractives that are funding its abusive rule. How many more people does Myanmar’s military have to detain, torture, and shoot before influential governments act to cut off the junta from its flow of money…

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