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Chinese factories set on fire and at least 38 killed in Myanmar's deadliest day since coup

Myanmar security forces killed at least 38 people Sunday in one of the deadliest days since the military seized power in a coup, and declared martial law in six areas after Chinese-funded factories were set on fire. [Source]

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