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The Burmese military regime, which has ruled the country since 1962, has been launching major counter-insurgency campaigns that have led to widespread mass atrocities against civilians of ethnic minorities.
More than 650,000 people have been displaced and 3,500 villages burned.
Government troops have been abusing civilians who have been holding large-scale pro-democracy protests led by Burmese monks.
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