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Date: November 7, 1996
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(2007) According to Amnesty International there are several doubts about the human rights. People died in prisons because of “severe beatings and others forms of torture”. Furthermore the government did not count how many people exactly died during the civil disturbance...
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During this time, the government ordered that medical staff should not help injured demonstrator (Myanmar: New evidence of mass detentions). That means, people suffer from physically and psychology tortures and treatments. Most of the prisoners were in “dog sells” and had no appropriate amount of food and beverages as well as access to toilets or showers (Myanmar: New evidence of mass detentions)...
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