Myanmar rebels bury more than 30 people killed in 'barbaric' attack

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  • Thursday, 30 Dec 2021

FILE PHOTO: A demonstrator shows the three-finger salute during a protest against the military coup in Yangon, Myanmar, February 21, 2021. REUTERS/File Photo

(Reuters) - A Myanmar insurgent group said it has buried the remains of more than 30 people who were killed and had their bodies set ablaze, as the U.N. Security Council called for accountability and an immediate end to violence in the country.

Opposition activists have blamed Myanmar's army for the Dec. 24 attack near Mo So village in Kayah State in which the Save the Children aid group said two of its staff were killed.

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