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Sam Gregory Aug 15
Must-read : continued failure over yrs of to take seriously impact: constant warnings from ground, inadeq resourcing + tech, over-stretched local CS gps, FB continues as path 4 hate + incitement. Key research
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MSF International Aug 13
A year ago, we lost government authorisation to carry out medical activities in northern , . This was just 2 weeks before the army’s so-called “clearance operations”. One year on, we remain unable to operate in the area.
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Rohingya genocide Evidence 2m
We are free Rohingya genocide in arakan and cirminel military attack of Genocide we Arakani Rohingya this sestamlty progrem goverman attack of Free Rohingya
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Bertie Alexander Aug 12
"If the military in was odious, the people I met were soft-tempered and helpful, & it was perhaps the only country I passed through where I met nothing but generosity & kindness." Paul Theroux in 2007. Today, these people remain the tourism industry`s greatest asset.
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John Quinley III Aug 9
response to the ICC jurisdiction case of Rohingya saying it is “meritless and should be dismissed." Absurd!
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Mywish K. Maredia Aug 16
Had another busy and productive day of field work in the dry zone region of with my student Myat Thida Win.
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ICRC Asia-Pacific Aug 15
How do you teach children about washing their hands? Create a dance for it. ❤️ In , local students from the Shan State participate in our health awareness activities.
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D Thit Sar Aug 8
Memory of August 8.8.88 The Quadruple 8 Revolution for Democracy
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May Wong Aug 9
reiterates its rejection of the & its ruling against Myanmar regarding alleged , crimes against humanity against citing reasons as irregularities, lack of fairness, transparency, 1-sided, bias views & that ICC has no jurisdiction over Myanmar
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Sean Bain Aug 15
's NLD-led Union Hluttaw approved the Vacant, Virgin & Fallow Land Law Amendment Bill > this law effectively justifies land grabs from ethnic groups & amendments worsen this Also completely contravenes NLD-endorsed National Land Use Policy & human rights law obligations
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Mywish K. Maredia Aug 16
Replying to @maredia
Sharing some sights and taste of country side in .
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Adam Larson Aug 11
persecution: Arakan jihad documentary by Rick Heizman Who wants these folks living next to them, re-trained to want to kill THEM? Serious problem here.
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SliverTulip Aug 12
Replying to @sliver_tulip
Revelation of fake photos in Violence During and after each attack, biased mainstream media has been heavily attacked . ARSA terrorist supporters are also kept spreading fake photos around the world. This video is just the handful sample of the truth. credit.
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Moe Pabar Aug 15
wanted to post these holiday pics of me xoxo
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Amnesty International 5h
Senior officials should be held accountable for crimes against humanity
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OCHA Myanmar Aug 15
Min Thiha, 10, has a large scar from injuries he sustained when he and a group of his friends were playing with unexploded ordnance near his village in Kayin State, . Three other children were injured and his friend, So Aung Myo Win, was killed. Children are
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Rohingya Action Ireland Aug 8
An equivalent of nearly 1.11 million of the Population now live in Refugee Camps as the Genocide continues in . Join us to commemorate victims of genocide and celebrate cultural identity at Carlow College, St. Patrick's on Aug 25, 2-5pm.
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Sri Krishna Aug 13
The number of Muslims in in 1945 was about 21 thousand .... And in the year 2017, the number has risen about 2 million ... Think of their population growth rate?
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Burma Point Aug 14
We hope US SoS Pompeo stands with/for the people of Burma. Rakhine issue shouldn’t deter further engagement and effective support to the civilian government in Myanmar. Win-win is better for anyone than no win at all.
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OCHA Myanmar Aug 15
They depend on humanitarian aid to survive, but when supplies are cut off, so is their hope. Join the movement to demand world leaders protect aid workers and civilians in conflict.
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