A Rohingya refugee holds her daughter who suffers from a skin disease in their makeshift tent at Dar Paing camp, north of Sittwe. Photo: AP A Rohingya refugee holds her daughter who suffers from a skin disease in their makeshift tent at Dar Paing camp, north of Sittwe. Photo: AP
A Rohingya refugee holds her daughter who suffers from a skin disease in their makeshift tent at Dar Paing camp, north of Sittwe. Photo: AP

Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya may be ‘crime against humanity’, as UN points to forced labour and sexual violence

Aung San Suu Kyi maintains her government will not use the term “Rohingya” to describe the persecuted Muslim minority.

Topic |   Rohingya Muslims
A Rohingya refugee holds her daughter who suffers from a skin disease in their makeshift tent at Dar Paing camp, north of Sittwe. Photo: AP A Rohingya refugee holds her daughter who suffers from a skin disease in their makeshift tent at Dar Paing camp, north of Sittwe. Photo: AP
A Rohingya refugee holds her daughter who suffers from a skin disease in their makeshift tent at Dar Paing camp, north of Sittwe. Photo: AP
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