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Burma violence

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Human Rights Watch condemns Burmese security forces for "killings, rape and mass arrest aganist Rohingya Muslims."
Muslims continue to flee sectarian violence in western Myanmar, as satellite images are released showing the destruction of hundreds of homes
Burma violence

An activist holds a burning Myanmar and UN flag during a protest in Multan on July 22, 2012, against the killing of Muslims in Myanmar. Myanmar security forces have committed serious rights abuses against Muslims in violence-hit western Rakhine state during six weeks of emergency rule, Amnesty International said. Communal violence between ethnic Buddhist Rakhine and local Muslims, including the Rohingya, has left at least 80 people dead and forced tens of thousands out of their homes.

S. S. Mirza