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ARAKAN ROHINGYA SALVATION ARMY
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'Acts Of Genocide' Suspected Against Rohingya In Myanmar: U.N.
By Stephanie Nebehay, Simon Lewis, Reuters
Nearly 700,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh since August.
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It's Hard To Know Exactly What's Happening To Myanmar's Rohingya. So They Found Me.
How social media provides a window into a human rights crisis.
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Apartheid In Myanmar: Rohingya Muslims Trapped In 'Open-Air Prison,' Amnesty Says
Rohingyas have endured decades of systematic discrimination by successive governments in Rakhine State.
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Burmese Expats Must Join The Chorus Of International Outrage Over The Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis
Khin Mai Aung
, Guest Writer
As an American civil rights lawyer who was born in Myanmar (or Burma, as I still call it), I watched with horror this summer
Andrew Stanbridge/Amnesty International
Chilling Report Details Myanmar's Horrific Campaign Against Rohingya Minority
More than 530,000 Rohingyas have fled the country in less than two months.
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The Rohingya And The Responsibility To Ignore
Director, Foreign Policy In Focus; Author, 'Aftershock: A Jour...
Human rights figure rather low on the Trump administration’s priorities.
Aung San Suu Kyi's Speech On The Rohingya Crisis Was Unworthy Of Her Nobel Peace Prize
Writer & Lawyer
Imagine there were an ongoing humanitarian crisis — one approaching genocide — and a Nobel Peace Prize recipient repeatedly
Soe Zeya Tun / Reuters
Is Aung San Suu Kyi In Denial?
Veteran UN correspondent
UNITED NATIONS – Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel laureate kept under house arrest for 15 years, refused to acknowledge ethnic
Cathal McNaughton / Reuters
Rohingya Muslims Beg Myanmar Authorities For Safe Passage
“We’re terrified. We’ll starve soon and they’re threatening to burn down our houses,” one villager told Reuters.
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The Assault On The Rohingya Is Not Only About Religion — It's Also About Land
Sociology Professor, Columbia University; Author, "Expulsions:...
The burning of villages and eradication of Rohingya communities might have more to do with development projects funded by China than with religious prejudice.
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Myanmar Crisis Reaches Alarming New High
By Krishna N. Das, Reuters
Almost 400,000 Rohingya refugees have fled in the last two weeks.
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