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John Quinley III 4h
’s domestic commissions on violence in State have all failed to report credibly on atrocities against or advance justice says . Must read new report:
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Matthew Smith 12h
Independent Fact-Finding Mission on atrocities in ’s , , and states calls for an independent inquiry into U.N. involvement with Myanmar since 2011, noting the UN’s approach thus far has “demonstrably failed” on human rights.
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May Wong Sep 18
Replying to @MayWongCNA
Mr Bob Rae is 's special envoy on and had released its own report regarding its own findings on the allegations of against the in
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Pierre in Myanmar Sep 17
A little boy in Thet Kae Pyin Camp in Sittwe, State, . (14 September 2018) In central Rakhine State, more than 128,000 people – the majority of them Muslims – remain confined in deplorable conditions in camps after six years of displacement.
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ICRtoP 2h
Coalition member alleges that “all domestic commissions on violence in state have failed to report atrocities against ” based on research and analysis they conducted.
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ICSF 1h
Report of the detailed findings of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on
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UN Political Affairs Sep 16
No quick fix to the conflict dynamics in State. "We Have to Help Generate and Create a Shared Vision Around the Future of Rakhine State”. Read interview with expert to learn more:
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May Wong Sep 18
Fact-Finding Mission on Chairman Marzuki Darusman says it's "hard to fathom the brutality of the " & all can "judge for yourself" as he reveals detailed report on allegations of atrocities against in
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SilverTulip Sep 11
Replying to @sliver_tulip
ladies in traditional costume Photo courtesy of original uploaders
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Rep. Brad Sherman Sep 7
Yesterday, the determined it has jurisdiction over Burma’s deportations of Rohingya. This is just the first step. The International Criminal Court must hold Burma’s military leaders accountable for the atrocities in .
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May Wong Sep 18
Replying to @MayWongCNA
Fact-finding Mission Chair Darusman: Aug 25 attacks in last yr that led to more than 700,000 fleeing was a "tragedy waiting to happen" & mission members reject accusations they've documented violations from 1 source as they studied various sources
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May Wong Sep 18
Replying to @MayWongCNA
Fact-Finding Mission on Chair Darusman says any hope that the national justice system will provide justice for the alleged human rights violations in is "unfounded". Democratic transition has "come to a standstill" in Myanmar he adds
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pyaezone Sep 9
Priscilla Clapp is a very brave woman. for saying the truth which many are so afraid to do in fear of backlash from their people.Hope she doesn't get attacked personally on social media or elsewhere.
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HRC SECRETARIAT Sep 18
Replying to @UN_HRC
: "Our analysis leads us to conclude, on reasonable grounds, that in , & States, the underlying acts of have been committed, as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed at civilian populations".
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MOAS Aug 27
report says top military figures must be investigated for genocide in state & crimes against humanity in other areas. Based on hundreds of interviews, this report is 's strongest condemnation yet of violence against .
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Cape Diamond Aug 31
The first official response from Aung San Suu Kyi’s Foreign Affairs Ministry on FFM report. Statement said report will only serve to create further divisions n mistrust in State n the entire country. Also said that Govt will continue for peace for all people of .
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May Wong Sep 18
Replying to @MayWongCNA
, like , throws support behind calling again on community to "understand" Myanmar as crisis cannot be resolved overnight. Hope the international community can provide "constructive assistance" to Myanmar
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Ro Nay San Lwin Aug 27
Replying to @nslwin
A short conversation with an educated youth from Northern State.
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UEHRD In Rakhine 8h
Unnecessary problems, forced protests, secret manipulation prevent repatriation to
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Geeta Mohan گیتا موہن गीता मोहन Sep 12
The Embassy of India and the Rakhine State Government entered into two separate agreements today to facilitate capacity building and economic development in State. (Stability needed for to feel safe and go home)
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