UN ' there wants lawsuit over Rohingya
Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, the UN General Assembly called to appear before it. "we say that there are strong reasons to suspect that, Yes, genocide may have occurred. But only a court can confirm that, "he explained at a meeting in Geneva.
Myanmar suggested Thursday that it wants to see convincing evidence of allegations that there was genocide on the Rohingya minority. Zeid said Friday that Myanmar than but observers must admit in the area, if the country wants to prove that there is no genocide has taken place.
Almost 700,000 Rohingya have fled the country since last August. Witnesses spoke of massacres, rapes and arson.