After a fact-finding trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh, a United Nations team labeled the treatment of Rohingya by the Myanmar government as genocide.
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“Broken cell phones could be the key to justice for the Rohingya”
“Myanmar army fakes photos and history in sinister rewrite of Rohingya crisis”
“Rohingya crisis: Myanmar leader Suu Kyi ‘should resign’”
“In Bangladeshi Camps, Rohingya Refugees Try to Move Forward With Their Lives”
“Explainer: why the UN has found Myanmar’s military committed genocide against the Rohingya”
“Editorial: Myanmar’s military butchers should be brought to justice”
“Opinion: Why UN’s report and sanctions are unlikely to change Myanmar”
“Will Myanmar’s military face justice over ‘genocide’?”
“The Irish Times view on Myanmar: the world must act”
“The Rohingya’s dark anniversary must spur global action”
“Who are the Rohingya?”
- Writing: Why have Rohingya been fleeing Myanmar?
- Debate: The United Nations should send troops to protect Myanmar refugees fleeing violence in Bangladesh.
- Poll: Due to the actions of her government, Aung San Suu Kyi should have her Nobel Peace Prize revoked.
- Short Answer: Why has the UN described the situation in Myanmar as genocide?
Current events quiz:
1) Which state is receiving most of the Rhoingya refugees?
2) The UN recently accused Myanmar of ______.
a. money laundering
c. free speech violations
d. enforced disappearances
3) Which religion is practiced the most in Myanmar?
4) Myanmar is in Asia. (T/F)
5) Rohingya is a country in Asia. (T/F)
6) The UN has condemned the killings of thousands of Rohingya as genocide. (T/F)
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