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Four quit Myanmar rights panel amid outcry over handling of child abuse case

Yangon (Reuters) - Four members of Myanmar's National Human Rights Commission have stepped down after a public outcry over the panel's handling of a child abuse case, the office of President Htin Kyaw said on Thursday.
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