Eyewitnesses and survivors said that soldiers, some as young as 17, rounded up villagers before separating the men and killing them.
- Rebecca Henschke, Kelvin Brown and Ko Ko Aung
Video footage and images from the incidents appear to show most of those killed were tortured first and buried in shallow graves.
The killings took place in July, in four separate incidents in Kani Township – an opposition stronghold in Sagaing District in Central Myanmar.
It’s thought the killings were a collective punishment for attacks by militia groups demanding a…