Wednesday 22nd Mar 2017
Preventing Children from Getting an Education
Monday 21st Nov 2016
(New York) – New satellite imagery of Burma’s Rakhine State shows 820 newly identified structures destroyed in five different ethnic Rohingya villages between November 10-18, 2016, Human Rights Watch said today. The Burmese government should without further delay invite the United Nations to assist in an impartial investigation of the widespread destruction of villages.
The latest images bring the total number of destroyed buildings documented by Human Rights Watch in northern Rakhine State through satellite imagery to 1,250. US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power, at a November 17 UN Security Council meeting on the deteriorating situation in Rakhine State, called for international observers to be allowed to investigate and for aid groups to have their access restored. After a short visit by diplomats to the area, Yanghee Lee, the UN special rapporteur on Burma, said on November 18, “The security forces must not be given carte blanche to step up their operations under the smokescreen of having allowed access to an international delegation. Urgent action is needed to bring resolution to the situation."
Monday 01st Apr 2013
Investigations, Accountability Needed to Deter Future Attacks
Wednesday 01st Aug 2012
Abuses Follow Horrific June Violence Between Arakan Buddhists and Rohingya
Wednesday 22nd Feb 2017
Փակել մանկատները. Ապահովել մատչելի ծառայություններ. Կրթություն բոլորի համար
Friday 25th Jul 2014
Прекратить использование Грады в населенных пунктах