This story was originally published in February 2017. It is being republished in light of the recent conflict in Myanmar which has seen overwhelming casualties and forced displacement of the Rohingya people, which nations and media are calling a genocide.
The victims described to a UK-based film maker how they had been shamed and abused in front of their families and communities during the army’s four-month-long “clearance operations” in Rohingya-dominated Rakhine State.
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