Myanmar junta attack on school condemned as child death toll rises to 11

UN chief António Guterres criticises airstrikes on Let Yet Kone, which junta claims were to target rebels hiding in the area

At least 11 schoolchildren have died after an airstrike on a village in Myanmar, according to the United Nations children’s agency, in what could be the deadliest attack on children since the junta seized power last year.

UN chief António Guterres on Tuesday condemned the strike, according to his office, which stated that the death toll had climbed to at least 13 people died, including the 11 students whose school was hit.

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