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Myanmar ruling military terminates 24 ministers, deputy minister from posts: State TV

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Myanmar's ruling junta on Monday announced a purge of Aung San Suu Kyi's government, removing 24 ministers and deputies and naming 11 replacements in its new administration after seizing power in a coup.

The announcement was made on the military-run Myawadday Television and included new appointments in the portfolios for finance, health, information, foreign affairs, defense, borders and interior. Suu Kyi and key officials were detained early on Monday.

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