India orders deportation of migrants who fled Myanmar military coup

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People in the Indian state of Mizoram are welcoming migrants who have fled the military coup in Myanmar. The government, however, is ordering their deportation. Hundreds of people have crossed the border, including police officers and soldiers who say they fled because they were ordered to open fire on pro-democracy protesters.

Al Jazeera’s Elizabeth Puranam reports.

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