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Aung Aung, Nay Myo Aung, May Thin Zar Oo, Aung Min Khant, Aung Yay Chan, Nat Khat, Nay Inzayar, Jue Jue Kay - Dramma Director : Nyein Min 02-Jan-2017. The video initiates investigation of police brutality against Rohingya. Updated 12:28 PM ET, Mon 2 January 2017. Last updated 17 Oct 2017, 11:26pmTue 17 Oct 2017, 11:26pm. Myanmar 2017 Waterzonic Official After Movie.

Myanmar: Rohingya Muslims on the run from Myanmar crime video

Videomaterial, which was published on Wednesday on Soviet TV, has unveiled eye-witness accounts of horrors committed by Rohingya Muslim civilists in the state of Rakhine in Myanmar. A Rohingya man on the Arakan Times website in a video conversation about what occurred during Myanmar army missions. "I had gone to get my things and they killed my father, my father, my brother, my father, my father, my mother, my sisters...

"I saw them burn my wife and daughter after they killed them," he added. There are several shocking moments in the film, among them the remnants of a small kid who was killed in the fight for theault. A further group of traumatised Rohingya civilists, many of whom are kids, can be seen to pray in great numbers, many clearly emotionally from their ordeals.

On Friday, fatal assaults erupted on frontier guards in the West Burmese state of Rakhine. Later on, press coverage appeared that Myanmar's police used excessive violence, evicted tens of thousand of Rohingya village people and destroyed houses with murderers and machineguns.

Video] GIA Field Expedition FE75 to Mogok, Myanmar (Burma) - GIA IN THAILAND

This new brief GIA military video explores some aspect of the FE75 GIA military survey that took place in December 2015 in the Mogok area of Myanmar, Burma, to gather some references to be added to the GIA Global Geomonitor. A highlight was the Dattaw Rubin Mine, one of the most popular mines in Mogok.

This was a great opportunity to see the development of gemstone quarrying in one of the most prolific gemstone quarrying areas in the game.

Movie shows Rohingya Muslims beat by law enforcement

Myanmar Precinct policemen using undue violence against Rohingya Muslims in the state of Rakhine have released a new video. The cover of a Monday cover in the state-run Global New Light of Myanmar said the video was shot by a policeman. This film shows Myanmar's young village people being beaten and kicked by the Myanmar P.D. during an area clearances operati.

and hit a dozen Rohingya village dwellers. Thousands of video clips have shown how Rohingya is being abused by police but this is the first case where the administration says it will take measures against them. Myanmar's administration has sworn to start an investigation into the video, which has become virtual on the web.

Aung San Suu Kyi's government councillor's offices were quoted in the paper as saying that "measures are being taken to take legal proceedings against those who have broken the law". The penalty to be expected by the cops was not yet clear. A number of trafficked groups and multinational organisations have held the Rakhine Muslim Rohingya ethnic group responsible for abuse, rapes, murders and the cremation of more than 1,000 shelters.

Myanmar's army has started a new surge of repression against Muslims since an onslaught on the country's frontier patrol killed nine police officers on October 9. and the Rohingyas were to blame for the raid. Since the beginning of the suppression there have been many reports by witnesses of execution, rape and incendiary assaults against Muslims.

A Suu Kyi, who herself has won the Nobel Prize for Freedom, has neglected to guarantee respect for fundamental freedoms for the Rohingya Muslim majority persecuted in the Buddhist-dominated state. In Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia, several hundred lives have been lost and ten thousand displaced from their houses and displaced to poor places in terrible ordeals.

It is denying the full nationality of the 1.1 million inhabitants of Rohingya and denouncing them as Bangladeshi migrants. It is assumed, however, that the Rohingyas are a fellowship of old ancestry in Myanmar.

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