Myanmar army systematically expelling Rohingya so they won't return

Myanmar army systematically expelling Rohingya so they won't return

Myanmar army systematically expelling Rohingya so they won't return

The United Nations has announced that its top official in Myanmar is being recalled to headquarters in NY.

"Information we have received indicates that days and up to a month before the 25th of August, that the Myanmar security forces imposed further restrictions on access to markets, medical clinics, schools and religious sites", Karin Friedrich, who was part of the United Nations mission to Bangladesh, said at a news conference.

In its first major report on violence in Rakhine state, the UN Human Rights Office said security forces had murdered, raped, tortured, pillaged and burned down Rohingya villages and crops.

The attacks against Rohingya in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state by security forces and Buddhist mobs were "coordinated and systematic", with the intent of not only driving the population out of Myanmar but preventing them from returning, the report said.

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More than 500,000 Rohingya have fled a military offensive following deadly militant attacks on police in August, with many now in camps in Bangladesh.

The UN said Ms Dessallien would leave by the end of October.

The findings were based on interviews conducted in Bangladesh between September 14 and 24, with researchers finding evidence of abuses created to "instil deep and widespread fear" among the Rohingya population.

Authorities in Myanmar, led by Suu Kyi, have been tightly controlling access to Rakhine since August, when purported attacks by Rohingya fighters prompted a brutal military response that has forced over 515,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh.

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According to witnesses and human rights organisations, the army torched villages and killed an undetermined number of civilians, something the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has called a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing".

Teachers, as well as cultural, religious and community leaders have also been targeted in the latest crackdown "in an effort to diminish Rohingya history, culture and knowledge", the report said.

Rohingya children cross the Bangladesh-Myanmar border fence as they try to enter Bangladesh in Bandarban.

The report said efforts were made to "effectively erase signs of memorable landmarks" in Rohingya areas to make the landscape unrecognizable.

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The government says it is cracking down on the Rohingya militants.

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