‘No proof’ Myanmar military persecuted Rohingya: army chief

Myanmar’s powerful army chief has given a rare foreign media interview to insist there was no “certain proof” the military had persecuted the country’s stateless Rohingya Muslim community. Around 740,000 Rohingya fled over the border into Bangladesh after a bloody military campaign in 2017.

The UN condemned the crackdown as ethnic cleansing and investigators called for top military leaders, including Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, to be prosecuted for genocide.

But the military has maintained its operations were justified to root out Rohingya insurgents following a series of deadly attacks on police posts and has denied nearly all allegations of wrongdoing. Read more

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