Yangon, Myanmar – A Myanmar junta court has hit ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi with five new corruption charges related to the alleged rental and purchase of a helicopter, sources close to the case said.
The Nobel laureate, 76, has been detained since a February coup last year that triggered mass protests and a bloody crackdown on dissent with more than 1,400 civilians killed, according to a local monitoring group.
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