The Myanmar military’s crackdown on anti-coup protesters has displaced close to a quarter of a million people, according to a United Nations rights envoy.The junta has stepped up its use of lethal force to quash mass demonstrations against a February 1 coup which ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.At least 738 people have been killed and 3,300 are languishing in jails as political prisoners, according to a local monitoring group.“Horrified to learn that … the junta’s attacks have already…



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