Myanmar rejects UN Probe Findings of Rohingya Genocide

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Myanmar has rejected the findings of a UN probe that alleges Genocide by its military against the Rohingya.
Myanmar has come under immense pressure this week, over last year’s military crackdown that pushed more than 700,000 of the Muslim minority into Bangladesh.
On Monday, a UN probe detailed evidence of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity – “perpetrated on a massive scale” towards the Rohingya – including acts of rape and sexual violence, mass killings, and imposing measures intended to prevent births.
In a session of the UN Security Council yesterday, several countries called for Myanmar’s military leaders to be held accountable for the alleged crimes.

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