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Army bombs a village in Myanmar, 17 including children killed, 20 injured


The human rights group said that about 20 people were also injured in the morning airstrike in Kanan village in the Sagaing region, just south of the Indian border. In February 2021, the army ousted the elected government of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

At least 17 civilians, including nine children, were killed in army air strikes on a village in the north-western part of Myanmar. A human rights group gave this information on Sunday. He said that about 20 people were also injured in the morning airstrike in Kanan village of Sagaing region, just south of the Indian border. In February 2021, the army ousted the elected government of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

Earlier in April last year, more than 100 people were killed in an air strike by the Myanmar army. According to the information, these people had gone to attend a function organized against the military rule. The UN human rights chief also condemned Myanmar's deadly air strikes. Volker Turk had said that the reports of attacks on civilians are quite disturbing. He said that school children were also present there.

Myanmar army staged a coup

Let us tell you that in February 2021, the Myanmar army had carried out a coup in the country. After this he captured power. Since then there have been protests against military rule in Myanmar. The army is taking action against the protesters. According to media reports, more than three thousand civilians have been killed after the coup.

protest against military rule

According to media reports, the office of the National Unity Government (NUG) was also destroyed in the air strike. He said that during the attack, more than 150 people including women and children were present at the venue, out of which more than 100 people lost their lives. He said that the dead also included leaders of anti-military rule armed groups and other political organizations.

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