Rohingya

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International Criminal Court prosecutors will examine alleged crimes against Rohingya Muslims, but weren't authorized to investigate the accusation of genocide.
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The country's leader has failed to speak out against atrocities targeting the country's Rohingya minority, Amnesty said.
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Elephants have killed an estimated 13 Rohingya in Bangladesh's largest refugee camp.
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Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, is accused of turning a blind eye to the massacre of Rohingya Muslims.
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Some 626,000 Rohingya have fled violence since August.
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But he left out a very important word.
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The U.S. is pledging aid to the “staggering” humanitarian crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh while calling for an investigation of the reported atrocities.
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The Nobel Peace Prize winner has faced heavy international criticism for not taking a higher profile in responding to what U.N. officials have called “ethnic cleansing” by the army.
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More than 600,000 persecuted Muslims have fled Myanmar in just two months.
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“We are exploring accountability mechanisms available under U.S. law, including Global Magnitsky targeted sanctions.”
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More than 530,000 Rohingyas have fled the country in less than two months.
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The continuing campaign to exterminate the Rohingya people in Myanmar summons the memory of Srebrenica. In Srebrenica, U.N
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The U.S. has pledged relief money to Rohingya refugees while urging “strong and swift action” from the U.N.
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Humanitarian leaders are not satisfied with Aung San Suu Kyi’s response to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar.
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Humanitarian leaders are not satisfied with Aung San Suu Kyi’s response to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar.
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The Nobel Peace laureate’s remarks came in her first address to the nation since a military operation forced 410,000 Rohingya to flee the country.
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The brutal crackdown on Myanmar’s Muslim minority is a reminder of ethnic violence in Rwanda and Bosnia.
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The burning of villages and eradication of Rohingya communities might have more to do with development projects funded by China than with religious prejudice.