The Myanmar military, since staging a coup on February 1, 2021, has carried out a brutal nationwide crackdown on millions of people protesting its rule. The junta security forces’ mass killings, arbitrary arrests, torture, sexual violence, and other abuses against protesters, journalists, health workers, and political opposition members amount to crimes against humanity. Free speech and assembly face severe restrictions. Renewed military operations have resulted in numerous war crimes. Myanmar has long defied international calls for accountability, including for crimes against humanity and other atrocity crimes committed against the Rohingya and other ethnic minorities.

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