Troops supporting the military junta that seized power in Myanmar more than a year ago have reportedly killed four Buddhist monks in a township in
Myanmar junta troops are reported to have shot dead a Buddhist monk and three civilians while attacking villages inthe norther region of Sagaing.
Hundreds of Buddhist monks fled two major towns in eastern Myanmar on Sunday military troops clashed with armed rebels who oppose the military coup.
Religious groups in Myanmar say that they are being targeted in government suppression efforts, amid growing public opposition to the military junta.
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