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UN to investigate crimes against Myanmar Rohingya | Bangkok Post: news

31.5.17

UN to investigate crimes against Myanmar Rohingya | Bangkok Post: news: The mission will seek access to Myanmar, where the army last week rejected allegations of abuses during a crackdown last year which forced some 75,000 Rohingya to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh. The UN urged the government to "fully cooperate" by making available the findings of its domestic investigations and by "granting full, unrestricted and unmonitored access".

The two other members are Radhika Coomaraswamy, a human rights veteran and lawyer from Sri Lanka, and Australian activist Christopher Sidoti, said the UN statement, issued after private consultations within the 47-member state forum.


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