Myanmar government erases evidence of Rohingya 'genocide' in Rakhine State
The ICC needs to spread what little money it has to progress investigations, including those related to the Rohingya crisis. EPAA narrow dirt path runs through the village of Inn Dinn, in northern Rakhine state in Myanmar. On the western side, 900 Ra
A narrow dirt path runs through the village of Inn Dinn, in northern Rakhine state in Myanmar. On the western side, 900 Rakhine Buddhists live, farm and worship at a large pink monastery. To the east is an overgrown tangle of brush and burnt trees. A Buddhist woman drinks tea in her yard, which overlooks the remains of charred huts. “There was a fire,” she says, but she doesn't know who started it. What happened in Inn Din has been well documented. A report released in August by a UN Fact-Fi...

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