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Express. Hometown of the Daily and Sunday Express. Investigations are to begin after policemen have supposedly been shot against Muslims in villages. A number of officials were arrested for the video that was posted on YouTube this week-end, which seemed to show how the Myanmar policemen beat the Rohingya village people during a safety mission.
Myanmar's de facto head Aung San Suu Kyi's bureau appointed four officials to participate in the surgery, which according to a state paper was part of a reference to the housing of fighters in the town. Adding that they thought the film material was shot on November 5 during a "eviction" in the Kotankauk town.
Global New Light of Myanmar quoted the Myanmar authorities as a reaction to an assault by a shooter who murdered a cop. 11 Nobel laureates have charged the Myanmar authorities with "ethnic cleansing" during their actions against the area. Aung San Suu Kyi, a former detainee politician, made fame as chairman of the National League for Democracy (NLD) and won over 90% of the vote in this year's election in Myanmar, formerly Burma.
Recent bloodletting is the deadliest in a hundred Rohingyas in 2012, who were murdered in collisions and more than 100,000 were sent to poor countries.
The Rohingya Muslim'genocide': MYANMAR' s troops charged with having burned faces with acids | World | News
Express. Hometown of the Daily and Sunday Express. Urhinga Muslims have had their faces burnt with acids after being violently slaughtered by troops and cavalry to conceal their identities and conceal the cruel "genocide", as shocking claims have been made. In the following two-day period, 200 troops arrived in the town of Gu Dar Pyin with guns, knifes, rocket launcher and shells.
Testimonies say the Myanmar military, known as the Tatmadaw, has gone from door to door to steal property from Rohingya Muslims and shoot anyone they find. Schoenoeuvring allegations also suggest that common Myanmar citizens have followed, burned down homes and shot and stabbed people. The people who crept back into the deserted town in the aftermath of the carnage found it covered in corpses, some of which were buried in hasty mines.
26-year-old Mohammad Karim was filming some of the crowd tombs on his cell phones. Photographs show skeleton remnants that appear to have been burnt with acids. Mynamar Aung San Suu Kyi's house's Nobel laureate was bombarded with gasoline.