The Myanmar army has killed thousands of civilians in a year and a half

A human rights group in Myanmar has claimed that the army has killed more than 2,000 people since a military coup in February last year.

According to foreign media, a human rights group in Myanmar says that the army has killed more than 2,000 people in the crackdown against the opposition since the country’s military coup in February last year.

The human rights group says there have been constant reports of casualties in the Zagain region in the northwest, where clashes between the army and pro-democracy groups continue, and has also revealed that the army Is using heavy weapons and local residents are being subjected to the worst forms of violence.

The group also said that on June 6, the army attacked civilians and killed 11 people who had taken refuge in a Buddhist building, and that soldiers shot some of them in the back.

The Aid Organization for Political Prisoners also said that a total of 2,007 people had been killed by the army’s brutal violence and barbarism as of Wednesday.

It should be noted that a few months ago, the United Nations had issued an eye-opening report against the barbarism of the Myanmar army.

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The UN report revealed that the Myanmar army brutally tortured civilians, captured them, shot them in the head and burned them alive.

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