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1 Apr 2024

Agence France Presse,

Myanmar: Joint police operation with China arrests over 800 suspected cross-border scammers, including 352 Chinese nationals

"More Than 800 Suspected Scammers Arrested in Myanmar-China Joint Operation" 1 April 2024

More than 800 people suspected of being cross-border scammers were arrested in a joint police operation by Myanmar and China, the junta and Beijing’s embassy in Yangon said on Monday.

Scam compounds have flourished in Myanmar, staffed by citizens from China and other countries who are often forced to work swindling their compatriots in an industry analysts say is worth billions...

Chinese law enforcement provided input to their Myanmar counterparts, who launched raids around Muse city, a major trade hub in northern Shan state, the embassy said on its WeChat channel.

Myanmar police arrested 807 people “who committed cross-border crimes” and seized computers, mobile phones and “fraud scripts”, it said in a statement.

Among those arrested in the late March operation were 352 Chinese citizens, who were transferred to China on Sunday, the statement said...