Military junta troops arrested 15 locals from Tatine Village as human shields, killed them, and left their dead bodies from March 1st to 7th in Sagaing Region. 5 civilians from Myingyan township, Mandalay Region, 6 from Launglon, Tanintharyi Region, 3 locals from Yinmabin and 5 youths from Ye-U were arrested and killed. Junta troops are still committing the massacre of civilians as war crimes. Military Junta’s soldiers raped and killed 3 women from Tadine village, Sagaing Region, and a woman was also raped and burnt at Myauknon village. Military Junta Troop arrested and killed 34 civilians within a week and raped and killed 4 women.
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