Amnesty: still burning Rohingya villages

Amnesty has clear evidence for this observation.

Human rights organisation Amnesty International says that there are still fires raging in villages inhabited by the Rohingya in Myanmar. The Organization says to invoke new satellite pictures that were taken Friday, reports the Washington Post.

A spokeswoman for Amnesty called it shocking and for Myanmar incriminating evidence that the violence is stopped and nothing that many Rohingya "have no home to return to."

The Organization contradicts the Myanmarse leader Aung San Suu Kyi. She stated last week that the country is safe and that the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya were welcome to return from neighbouring Bangladesh. There are an estimated 400,000 Rohingya fled more than go because of the continued violence by the army of Myanmar against the Muslim community.

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