More than 300 days after the coup d’état, the civilian population is still suffering even more by the armed wing of the junta. Arbitrary arrests continue to increase, arbitrary killings continue unabated, and prisoners of war are being tortured and killed.
In November, at least 59 civilians including students, Civil Disobedience Movement workers and teachers were killed in the junta’s targeted attacks. This includes 5 women and 6 children under the age of 18. Of those, 14 died as a result of torture.
512 civilians were detained by the armed wing of the junta during November. Of them, 109 are women, 22 are children under the age of 18 and 34 were taken as hostages.