The suit alleges Rohingya are targets of hate crimes amounting to “genocide” fuelled by monks and Thein Sein government.
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- 11 November, 2015 Myanmar president and army chief congratulate Suu Kyi President Thein Sein said the government would accept the poll results and promised "a peaceful transfer of power".Powered by WPeMatico
- 2 December, 2015 Aung San Suu Kyi holds talks with Myanmar's rulers Pro-democracy leader discusses transfer of power with President Thein Sein and army commander Min Aung Hlaing.Powered by WPeMatico
- 14 June, 2016 Dalai Lama urges Suu Kyi to ease Rohingya tension The Tibetan spiritual leader says Myanmar leader has a moral responsibility to end conflict between two communities.
- 30 March, 2016 Myanmar lifts curfew in Rohingya Muslim area Nighttime curfew was imposed in Rakhine state in June 2012 after violent clashes killed more than 200 people.Powered by WPeMatico
- 6 August, 2017 Myanmar rejects allegations of human rights abuses against Rohingya By Wa Lone YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar on Sunday rejected allegations of crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing during a crackdown against Rohingya Muslims last year, accusing the United Nations of making exaggerated claims in its report on the i...