Myanmarese regime reportedly evicted from police housing the family of a policeman who has testified at court how police planted secret documents on Reuters reporters to “entrap” them, who were covering state-sponsored violence against minority Rohingya Muslims.
The United Nations has blacklisted Myanmarese regime’s military for carrying out widespread sexual violence as a strategy to terrorize the Buddhist state’s minority Muslim Rohingyas and to drive them out of the land they lived in.
UN has criticized recent remarks by Myanmarese army chief against Rohingyas, hinting that regime officials of the predominantly Buddhist country are involved in the incitement of hatred against the minority Muslim community.
Activists gathered in Sydney to protest visit of Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi to Australia as the Buddhist regime of Myanmar is internationally blamed for "ethnic cleansing" of Rohingya Muslim minority.
The UN warned more than 100,000 Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmarese regime’s violence are in grave danger in muddy camps of neighboring Bangladesh where landslides threaten their lives when the mid-year monsoon season begins.