UN RIGHTS EXPERT CALLS ON MYANMAR AUTHORITIES TO PROTECT ROHINGYA POPULATION

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Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar Yanghee Lee. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré

 

UN RIGHTS EXPERT CALLS ON MYANMAR AUTHORITIES TO PROTECT ROHINGYA POPULATION

Concluding a four-day visit to parts of Bangladesh where she met with members of Myanmar’s Rohingya community who fled the violence there following attacks on a border post in early October and the ensuing military operations, a United Nations expert called for urgent action by the Government of Myanmar to end the suffering of the Rohingya population in the country. Read more

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