Myanmar accused of 'bulldozing' proof of crimes against Rohingya

Myanmar accused of 'bulldozing' proof of crimes against Rohingya

Myanmar accused of 'bulldozing' proof of crimes against Rohingya

The Globe and Mail reported that after flying over Rakhine state in a helicopter, Rae said seeing "many, many burnt-out villages and destroyed villages and villages in which there's no sign of human activity whatsoever is-to put it mildly-sobering and ...deeply chilling".

The incident took place at around 11:10pm on Thursday, Dil Mohammad, a leader of Rohingya refugees living in the no man's land, told the Dhaka Tribune. "They want to make it hard to find graves, weapons used or any other evidence that would connect the crime scene to the criminals", Brad Adams, HRW's Asia director, told DW.

The findings by the New York-based rights group were published after Myanmar struck a deal on aid to the region with the United Nations and Japan, marking a shift in strained relations between government and the United Nations.

Adams said the "random" satellite images only reflected a partial picture and fears the situation could be far worse. Maungdaw but those all were demolished and bulldozed.

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The Burmese government has said the bulldozing of villages was part of its plan to rebuild the villages with improved roads and houses.

Under worldwide law, the more than 680,000 Rohingya refugees now in Bangladesh must be guaranteed the return of their property and the right to return to their place of residence or to the place of their choice.

"Some 720,000 Rohingya children are essentially trapped - either hemmed in by violence and forced displacement inside Myanmar or stranded in overcrowded camps in Bangladesh because they can't return home", Manuel Fontaine, UNICEF Director of Emergency Programmes said in a report.

Myanmar and Bangladesh have agreed to repatriate the Rohingya refugees within two years but HRW says "no refugees have returned to Burma, and Rohinyga continue to flee from Rakhine State". "If I were a Rohingya, I would not dare return".

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Myanmar denies the charge but has blocked the United Nations from investigating an area where thousands of Rohingya are believed to have been killed.

Richard Weir, a Myanmar expert with Human Rights Watch, said on the images he had seen, "there's no more landmarks, there's no trees, there's no vegetation".

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