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Current name for administrative regions, old name for administrative regions, current name Largest city, former capital and economic center of Myanmar is Yangon. As a rule, members of different ethnic groups prefer the previous name. high concentrations in Western China, the Himalayas and Myanmar (Burma). Its name refers to a well-known warrior prince of early Burmese history. " Rohingya" simply means "inhabitant of Rohang", the early Muslim name for Arakan.

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He appoints former Prime Minister of Ontario, Bob Rae, as Burma's Deputy Prime Minister.

Former OTTAWA Prime Minister Bob Rae on Monday did not promise wonders, but a lasting commitment to find a way Canada could be part of a resolution to the human rights crises caused by the continuing violent events in Burma. He has been named Rae's interim representative for the state and will travel there next weekend to gather facts from local officers as almost one million Rohingya escapees are reported to have escaped to neighboring Bangladesh.

He will be briefed to the PM and ultimately to the Canadians, but his nomination should also help draw global awareness to the South East Asia issue, Rae said at a press briefing. Burma's Burmese military began to crack down on so-called Islamic rebels early this year, but their attack on the Rohingya communities has been described by the United Nations as racial cleanup and strongly condemned by many nations, and Canada included.

He said he wanted to capture all sides of history and return the information to the Canadians and premier to provide a clear and coherent answer from Canada and other states. These appointments are part of a one-day meeting of UN officers, senior representatives of governments and lobby groups to raise funding for the Bangladeshi population.

As well as Rae's nomination, the federation liberals said Canada will contribute another $12 million in human resources, taking Canada's overall engagement so far to $25 million. Organised by the European Union, the Kuwaiti authorities and the United Nations Coordination Units for Immigration, Refugees and Relief and Relief, the Geneva conference is intended to help respond to the United Nations' request for $434 million in financing by February.

In 2012, Canada de facto bestowed the title of Honorable Citizen on Myanmar's head of state, Aung San Suu Kyi, one of only a few individuals to have received this award. Aung San Suu Kyi has largely remained quiet about the violent events, and there have been appeals to Canada to disrobe. However, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland listened to Trudeau's comment on Monday 2015 when he suggested that there would be no withdrawal of Suu Kyi's citizenship:

An earlier release of this story was processed to refresh a false header stating that the number of Rohingya Muslims who have escaped from Burma since the end of August is 60,000.

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