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News: An amnesty says Myanmar murdered 100s of Rohingya.
ANGKOK - The Latest on Rohingya Muslims on the run from Myanmar for Bangladesh-based ( "always local") detention camps: 5 a.m. Amnesty International says Myanmar police murdered at least a hundred Muslims during a systemic expulsion of Rohingya. More than 120 Rohingya who have escaped brutality were questioned by the group for their Wednesday publication.
Over 580,000 migrant workers have reached Bangladesh since 25 August when Myanmar's military force started a military action against the Rohingya area. The Myanmar administration has said it is reacting to assaults by Islamic rebels, but the United Nations and others have said that the reaction is out of proportion. Burma also disputes cruelty.
Amnesty' said in her account that the police encircled the towns, killed people on the run and then burned down houses that burned older people and others who could not run away to their deaths. Says here that there were rapes against females and mothers in some towns. 13.00 Thousands more Rohingya Muslims have escaped from Myanmar to Bangladesh, where more than half a million others are already in poor and crowded refugee centres to avoid the large-scale war.
There was a new refugee surge across the line this week-end. On Tuesday, several thousand new arrivals spread over several kilometres near a checkpoint. Some said they were held by Bangladesh's frontier patrols and were spending the nights in slimy paddy paddies. Municipal manager Mohammad Mikaruzzman said on Tuesday that he said that since Sunday about 20,000 persons have crossed the frontier on feet or by canoe.
Since the outbreak of the outbreak of force on 25 August, 537,000 Rohingya escapees have reached Bangladesh, according to the UN.