Myanmar: State of Fear – 101 East exposes a secret interrogation centre and claims of torture

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Since a military coup in February, a climate of terror has settled over Myanmar.

Thousands have been detained and hundreds allegedly killed by authorities, following widespread protests against the military takeover.

Disappearances, detention without charge, alleged torture and mysterious deaths are just some of the acts under the spotlight.

This special 101 East investigation uses witness testimony, forensic analysis, and leaked documents to reveal how the Myanmar military is creating a state of fear.

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