Burma’s ‘hidden genocide’: A rare visit to Rohingya refugee camps
SITTWE, MYANMAR A Rohingya girl held her undernourished brother in a squalid camp. Persecution forced thousands of Rohingya to flee the country. Tomas Munita for The New York Times
A Myanmar Rohingya girl wears traditional make-up at the village of Takebi north of the town of Sittwe, Burma, June (Reuters)
Sectarian violence leaves burned homes in Burma.
Since 1050 AD Rohingya Muslims have been captured, killed and tortured just because of their Islamic beliefs. Since then, they have been crying for the help but their voice has been unnoticed by people.
Thailand’s foreign affairs minister, Thanasak Patimaprakorn, tells meeting of 17 countries that Burma must reconsider its treatment of Rohingya