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UN fears Myanmar human rights abuses in Internet shutdown

Arab News 25.06. 08:23

UN fears Myanmar human rights abuses in Internet shutdown

YANGON: An Internet blackout in parts of Myanmar could be cover for “gross human rights violations” in an area where a brutal army crackdown has already forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya to flee, a UN rights investigator said. The military is locked in battle with the Arakan Army (AA), insur»»»

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