More Rohingya villages razed in Myanmar's Rakhine: HRW

Smouldering debris of burned houses in Warpait village, a Muslim village in Myanmar's Rakhine State on October 14, 2016More than 1,000 houses in Rohingya villages have been razed in northwestern Myanmar, according to analysis of satellite images from Human Rights Watch released Monday that fly in the face of government denials. More than 100 people died in 2012 in clashes between the majority Buddhist population and the Muslim Rohingya, and tens of thousands of them were driven into displacement camps.

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