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International Court Opens Investigation Into Crimes Against Rohingya

Newsy Friday, 15 November 2019 ()
International Court Opens Investigation Into Crimes Against RohingyaWatch VideoOn Thursday, International Criminal Court judges approved a full investigation into alleged crimes committed against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims. It's the second such move made this week against Myanmar, which has faced mounting scrutiny over its alleged abuse of the Rohingya.

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The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor requested the investigation following repeated allegations of persecution and ethnic cleansing.

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