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recovered in Chennai... which was smuggled through the porous Indo- border," the DRI said in a statement. The arrested accused confessed to his role and also named the persons for whom he is indulging in smuggling, who are based out of Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.
military brutality against Rohingya 'hard to fathom'GENEVA: The level of brutality used by military against the Rohingya minority is “hard to fathom”, a UN investigator said Tuesday, presenting a damning report calling for top generals to be prosecuted for genocide. “It is hard to fathom the Statement of ICC Prosecutor on opening a Preliminary Examination concerning the Rohingya - YouTube
journalists a blow to human rights and democracy: FreelandOTTAWA -- Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says the conviction of two Reuters journalists for covering the Rohingya crisis undermines the rule of law and freedom of the press in . Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were sentenced Monday to ...: Reuters journalists investigating Rohingya killings sentenced to 7 years in prisonReuters journalists sentenced to 7 years in prison for investigating massacre of Rohingya Muslims court sentences Reuters reporters to 7 years in jail
floods leave 12 dead, 132000 displacedThe state newspaper Global New Light of cited the National Natural Disaster Management Committee as saying the highest death toll was in Bago region north of Yangon, where four people died and more than 94,000 others took refuge in 186 ...
military leaders accused of genocide(CNN) - An independent United Nations investigation into alleged human rights abuses carried out against Rohingya Muslims in has called for the country's military leaders to be investigated and prosecuted for genocide, crimes against humanity ...A year after massacres, shops for Russian arms, skirts global censureUN team: military chiefs should face 'genocide' case court postpones verdict for Reuters journalists in landmark case because judge was ill