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Burma: Sat photos show mass extermination
Rakhine (New York) - A new satellite image review of the state of Rakhine in Burma shows the almost complete devastation of 214 communities, Human Rights Watch said today. Global political leadership at the United Nations should as a matter of urgency pass a General Assembly motion to condemn Burma's armed forces' ethnical cleansings, while the UN Security Council should introduce specific penalties and an embargo on weapons.
Detailled satellite imagery made possible on September 16, 2017 by the dissolution of the black clouds shows the damage caused by the combustion, which is much greater than previously known. It shows the demolition of ten thousand houses in Maungdaw and Rathedaung townships, part of the Burma police's ethnical purge drive that has displaced over 400,000 Rohingya Muslims to neighbouring Bangladesh.
Recent loss charts show the almost complete devastation of 214 settlements analysed in satellite pictures by Human Rights Watch, with more than 90 per cent of the settlements' structure destroyed. These pictures confirm reports collected by Human Rights Watch of people who have described Burma's army's arson, murder and plundering, as well as those of Burma's political forces, law enforcement agencies and Rakhine mob people.
Burma's armed services have denied reliable reports of large-scale abuse and said they are carrying out surgeries against the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Mility (ARSA), a group that on 25 August 2017 assaulted some 30 policemen and an armed force basis and killed a dozen or so members of the world' s largest armed group. Burma's armed services have claimed that Arga fighters and Rohingya village dwellers burnt down their own houses, but have provided no proof of this aversion.
Extent, extent and time of the burns, many of which had already escaped after several hundred thousand Rohingya, are in contradiction to this notion. In a statement on September 15, the Burma administration's information committee said that "those who escaped to the other side of the border for fear of arrest when they were implicated in the violence attacks" - which means that the tens of tens of thousands of men, woman and child who escaped to Burma are guilty of military assaults against the state.