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Myanmar Security forces reported to kill more than 800 people

Analysts say that Myanmar security forces have killed more than 800 people since the coup.

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Analysts say that Myanmar security forces have killed more than 800 people since the coup.

A coup has overtaken Myanmar’s democratic government, causing unrest in the country. This has been marked as the worst humanitarian crisis in Southeast Asia. On Monday night, the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) reported a total of 802 civilians killed by the military government but warned that this was only the verified number and the actual toll may be higher.

The junta’s forces have also been accused of using heavy artillery and live ammunition in the country’s Chin state—where martial law was declared last week.

The U.S. Treasury Department on Monday issued a fresh round of sanctions against Myanmar’s leadership. Other countries including the UK and Canada have also sanctioned Myanmar. Violence in the country has escalated in recent days as various insurgent groups have begun to clash with the country’s military forces. The most severe fighting has occurred in Mindat, which is located in the Chin state, as the military has used artillery and helicopters to attack the newly formed Chinland Defence Force.

Junta has accused Myanmar’s democratic government lead by Aung San Suu of winning the elections fraudulently. Therefore, it has demanded re-elections in the country under the strict surveillance of the military.

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