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After the military coup, nearly three hundred children were killed.

After the military coup, nearly three hundred children were killed.

According to a list compiled by the National League for Democracy's Human Rights Record Group, after the military coup, more than 4,000 people were unjustly killed across the country, including 292 children under the age of 18. This is the latest list collected from February 1, 2021, to September 15, 2023. Among the 4,011 victims, 3,483 were men, 469 were women, and the remaining 59 were bodies that could not be identified. Four of the victims were hanged, 11 people were raped and killed, more than two thousand people were killed for no reason, and more than thirty people died due to lack of access to medical treatment.

According to the list of the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) shows that a total of 4,108 people has died across the country as of September 25 after the military coup.

The NLD's list shows that more than a hundred members of the National League for Democracy were arbitrarily arrested and killed. Among them are three MPs and 97 NLD members.

According to the NLD human rights records, NLD members were killed the most in Mandalay. 38 in Mandalay, 14 in Sagaing, 12 in Bago, 12 in Yangon, and 7 in Magway, and there are also people killed in Kachin, Thanintharyi, Mon Shan, and Nay Pyi Taw. The NLD list also states that people were arrested and killed, houses were burned, and 94 religious buildings in Kachin State, Chin State, and Sagaing were destroyed.



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