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

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

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