Dozens injured in crackdown on Myanmar garment worker protest

A garment worker wounded after a clash with assailants is seen in a hospital in Yangon, Myanmar October 15, 2018. Picture taken October 15, 2018. REUTERS/Thu Thu Aung

YANGON (Reuters) – Dozens of Myanmar garment workers were injured on Monday after a clash with assailants wielding iron bars outside a Chinese-owned factory in Yangon, witnesses and hospital staff said. Hundreds of employees of Fu Yuen Garment Co Ltd, which has produced clothes for German supermarket chain Lidl and British fashion brand Joules, according […]

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