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Fueling Abuse

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Running Time: 6:56 min. 

"Fueling Abuse" exposes the oppression of Karen ethnic minority civilians in Eastern Burma, and draws attention to the dire situation in Burma, where the military junta is systematically uprooting villages and brutalizing the civilian population. Foreign development of natural resources by companies such as U.S. based Unocal allows for opportunities for the Burmese army, employed as a security unit for the company, to intensify their already abusive patterns.

©2002, Burma Humanitarian Mission / WITNESS

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