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Australian government condemns violence against Myanmar protesters against military coup – ABC News

The United Nations says more than 50 people have been killed since protests against a February 1 military coup started in Myanmar, prompting Australia to reshape…

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The Australian government is making major changes to its diplomatic relationship with Myanmar and redirecting humanitarian aid in response to the military coup in the country.
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  • Australia is suspending the limited bilateral Defence Cooperation Program with Myanmar’s military
  • It is also redirecting humanitarian aid towards Rohingyas and other vulnerable groups, avoiding government bodies
  • The UN said security forces have killed more than 50 people since protests started after a coup on February…

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