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Myanmar’s humanitarian crisis explained: Over 2.6 million IDPs


The U.N. stated over 2.6 million people have been displaced from their homes due to violence perpetrated by the military. More than 378 civilians have been killed and 508 have been injured since the Operation 1027 offensive was launched by the Brotherhood Alliance to “end military dictatorship” on Oct. 27.

The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) states that 4,265 people have been killed by pro-military groups in Myanmar since the 2021 military coup. Another 700 killed have yet to be verified and added to AAPP statistics.


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