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Australia must speak up about Myanmar's devastating cruelty to Rohingya

9.2.17

Australia must speak up about Myanmar's devastating cruelty to Rohingya: [smh.com.au] - A United Nations report released on February 3 documented atrocities in Myanmar's western Rakhine State that it said "very likely" amount to crimes against humanity.

For months Rohingya Muslim families who fled Rakhine to squalid camps at the Bangladesh border had been telling stories so shocking they seemed far-fetched in the country where just over 12 months ago voters rushed into the streets after historic elections to celebrate an end to half a century of repressive military rule.


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