The Myanmar armed forces implemented a series of mass killings of civilians in July that resulted in the deaths of a minimum of 40 males, per a BBC investigation.
Eyewitnesses and survivors said that infantrymen, some as young as 17, rounded up villagers sooner than keeping aside the males and killing them.
Video footage and photos from the incidents appears to be like to impress most of those killed were tortured first and buried in shallow graves.
The killings took space in July, in four separate incidents in Kani Township – an opposition stronghold in Sagaing District in Central Myanmar.
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