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Families of Myanmar disappeared seek answers

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The families of 18 people taken by the military nearly a year ago are still waiting for news of their loved ones – and justice.

One evening, as Ma Nway and her family were having dinner, soldiers from Myanmar’s armed forces, known as the Tatmadaw, came to her house and asked for her husband. According to her account, they blindfolded him, took out their guns and beat him in front of her.

“At the time, I could only cry,” said Ma Nway, an ethnic Arakanese from Myanmar’s westernmost Rakhine State, who prefers not to reveal her identity for fear of reprisals. “I feared they would shoot me, so I held my tongue … I felt like they were the most brutal people in the world.”

Full article at Al Jazeera: Link

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