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 Military troops and police travel in trucks through Maungdaw, Rakhine State, on October 14, 2016. (Photo - Ye Aung Thu (AFP) Soldiers of Myanmar Army Battalion 536 went to Sin Thay Pyin Village of Maungdaw and ordered Rohingya villagers "Arrange lunch for us. If you refuse to do so, we will torch the whole village" Kyaw Myint, reported to this…

This photo was taken on 9th December 2016. Officials of UN body and Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu delivered humanitarian aid and relief for 27 Rohingya families in Gawduthara village tract. During "Clearance Operation" of Myanmar, rape, torture, arbitrarily arrest and killing of innocent Rohingya occurred; hundreds of Rohingyas' homes were torched and thousands of Rohingya became homeless…

This photo was taken on October 14, 2016 shows armed military troops and police officers patrol in Maungdaw located in Rakhine State. Myanmar army battalions 353, 551 and 552 have been using force on Rohingya civilians in the Pretext of "Clearance Operation" that caused destruction of many Rohingya villages and thousands homeless people in Maungdaw District since 10 October, 2016.…

Maulana Baddullah son of Muzaffar and his two sons were arrested by commander of army battalion-552 on 13 January was tortured to death returned his dead body to his family in the morning of 16 January 2017.  Wife of Baddullah said " The whole body of my husband has mark of torture " Many Rohingya from Buthidaung and Maungdaw township reported me…

UN Human Rights envoy Ms. Yanghee Lee meets Rohingya  in Aung MinGalar ghetto of Sittwe at 5:45 PM on January 12,  2017. (Photo - Fokir /Msf)   Rohingya victims raped by military in Gaw Du Tha Yar of Southern Maungdaw on 7 January 2017, expressed their desires to witness atrocity of Myanmar army to UN human rights envoy Ms. Yanghee…

Nobel Laureates who want the UN Security Council to end "ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity of Myanmar and Aung San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Prize Winner of 1991, who is responsible as a State Counsellor. (Photo - Muhammad Yunus)   A true Buddhist Rakhine policeman who felt hurt in his heart when border guards were kicking, torturing and humiliating innocent…

Rosheda Bagoung's son holds his malnourished brother inside a tent at Dar Paing refugee camp on May 10, 2014 in Sittwe, Burma. (Photo - Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images)   Myanmar government, including the senior army generals embraced Rohingya officially as well as verifiably as one of the indigenous ethnic of Myanmar. Up to 1965, Rohingya had rights like other indigenous ethnics…

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