After investigation, Myanmar military denies atrocities against Rohingya Muslims, claims forces abided by law

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Rights groups dismiss Myanmar army's self

- yenisafak.com
14 Nov 2017
Delegates to the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) plenary summit on Monday expressed deep concern over the plight of Rohingya Muslims, officials said.At a press conference on the sidelines of the ASEAN meetings in Manila, Philippine Presidential spokesman Harry Roque Jr. said Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has assured other Southeast Asian nations that ...

Myanmar's 'whitewashing' of atrocities prompts renewed calls for accountability

14 Nov 2017
The report's claims stand in stark contrast with the testimonies of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, over 600,000 of whom fled Myanmar during the most recent wave of violence. Their accounts, along with satellite data, have contributed to a large body of evidence of systematic rape, arson, and killing of Rohingya civilians by Myanmar troops.
- coconuts.co

Myanmar military denies atrocities against Rohingya Muslims

- stripes.com
14 Nov 2017
NAYPYITAW, Myanmar -- Myanmar's military issued its most forceful denial yet that security forces committed atrocities during "clearance operations" in the west of the country, saying an internal investigation had absolved them of any wrongdoing in a crisis that has triggered the largest refugee exodus in Asia for decades.

As Crackdown of Rohingya Muslims, Israel Continues to Arm Myanmar's Military Junta

14 Nov 2017
On Thursday, the bodies of 26 refugees, including 12 children, were removed from the Naf River, which runs along the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh. Of the refugees who managed to reach Bangladesh, many had been shot. There were also reports of rapes, shootings and fatal beatings directed at the Rohingya minority, which is denied human rights in Myanmar. The ...
- countdown2040.com

Myanmar military denies atrocities against Rohingya Muslims

- cp24.com
14 Nov 2017
The report contradicts consistent statements from ethnic Rohingya Muslim refugees now in Bangladesh -- some with gunshot wounds and severe burns -- who have described massacres, rape, looting and the burning of hundreds of villages by Myanmar's army and civilian mobs.

Myanmar denies accounts of violence against Rohingya

14 Nov 2017
In an internal report released Monday, the military blamed the violence on the members of an armed group, now calling itself the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), which it said had attacked 30 police posts and an army battalion headquarters on August 25.
- presstv.com

Myanmar military denies atrocities against Rohingya Muslims

- indian24news.com
14 Nov 2017
The military said the investigation _ which was led by Lt. Gen. Aye Win, inspector-general of the defense forces _ showed that security forces did not use excessive force and abided by the army's rules of engagement. Myanmar's government does not allow independent journalists to travel freely to the parts of Rakhine state where most of the latest violence has taken place. ...

Newborns left to die on beach as Rohingya crisis worsens

14 Nov 2017
According to the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, over 600,000 Rohingya refugees have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh since the end of the August. The agency added that more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees were recorded in Bangladesh in early October but stressed that the number increases daily.
- jerusalemonline.com

Rohingya refugee camps rife with child exploitation, report

- dailysabah.com
14 Nov 2017
Although Rohingya Muslims have lived in Myanmar for decades, the country's Buddhist majority still sees them as invaders from Bangladesh. The government denies them basic rights, and the U.N. has called them the most persecuted minority in the world. Since August alone, after their homes were torched by Buddhist mobs and soldiers, more than 600,000 Rohingya have risked ...

Myanmar military denies committing atrocities against Rohingya

14 Nov 2017
While the report acknowledged that battles against militants from the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, or ARSA, had left 376 "terrorists" dead, it also claimed security forces had "never shot at the innocent Bengalis" and "there was no death of innocent people."
- ctvnews.ca
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