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Laid Waste: Human Rights along the Kanbauk to Myaing Kalay Gas Pipeline

By Human Rights Foundation of Monland  •  May 1, 2009

A 100-page report that details abuses along the entire length of an overland pipeline that traverses nearly half the length of Burma’s southern peninsula. Laid Waste also details abuses committed by Burma’s military regime as it has sought to construct, maintain and protect the Kanbauk to Myaing Kalay gas pipeline.

Download the report here.

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