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Myanmar sees dozens killed, Chinese-funded factories torched, amid more anti-coup protests – ABC News

Myanmar forces have killed at least 22 anti-coup demonstrators in Yangon, with another 16 killed around the country, according to local sources. This marks another…

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Myanmar forces have killed at least 22 anti-coup protesters in Yangon after Chinese-financed factories were set ablaze there, an advocacy group says.
Key points:

  • As well as the fatal shootings, there are reports of live rounds and rubber bullets injuring protesters in Yangon
  • Estimates of the total death toll since protests against the coup began vary from 70 to 90
  • An ousted political has called for unity to form a revolution against “an unjust military”

A further 16 protesters were killed in other…

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