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U.N. medics see evidence of rape in Myanmar army 'cleansing' campaign

COX‘S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Doctors treating some of the 429,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar in recent weeks have seen dozens of women with injuries consistent with violent sexual attacks, U.N. clinicians and other health workers said. 

Myanmar: satellite imagery confirms Rohingya village of Tula Toli razed

Evidence of mass massacre from satellite imagery confirmation

Why are posts by Rohingya activists getting deleted?

A number of Rohingya Activist have has their social media accounts curtailed during the recent conflict in Myanmar

Forced to run with her baby attached by the umbilical cord as soldiers fired at her: Rohingya mother

Rohingya mother describes incredible escape

Rohingya crisis one of the fastest growing in recent years, warns UN refugee agency

15 September 2017 – The humanitarian situation in parts of Bangladesh sheltering hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees continues to deteriorate, making the crisis one of the fastest growing refugee crises of recent years, according to the United Nations.