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Tillerson condemns Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya

FT.com Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Tillerson condemns Myanmar’s treatment of RohingyaUS secretary of state calls for probe into alleged human rights abuses against minority
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News video: Tillerson confronts human rights nightmare in Myanmar

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit Myanmar on Wednesday. Many are hoping this visit is the start of a more forceful intervention to what some are calling an anti-muslim genocide. 600,000 Rohingya muslims have been killed or forced to flee their homes after a vicious crackdown by the Myanmar...

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