Myanmar: The Rohingya villages UN investigators can’t visit


Almost 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled final yr’s brutal army crackdown within the northern Rakhine province of Myanmar.

Tons of of villages had been burnt to the bottom, and there was widespread rape and homicide.

The UN described the marketing campaign as “ethnic cleaning”, although Myanmar’s army says it’s combating Rohingya militants and denies focusing on civilians.

The nation has refused to permit entry to UN investigators, however officers just lately took a gaggle of journalists to Rakhine on a tightly-controlled go to.

BBC Myanmar Correspondent Nick Beake joined the journey.


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