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Members of Myanmar's Committee to Protect Mount Letpadaung try to submit a letter of protest against the Chinese-operated Letpadaung copper mine to a police officer stationed at the Chinese embassy in Yangon, Dec. 14, 2017.

Chinese-backed Megaprojects in Myanmar Continue to Raise Ire of Residents

Activists and the leader of the country’s Catholic Church hit back against the Letpadaung copper mine and Myitsone dam.

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