Eyewitnesses accuse Myanmar army of beheading children and burning people alive

  • Claims of mass atrocities against Rohingya civilians in Burma grow after eyewitness accounts emerge of children being beheaded and people burned alive.
  • Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel peace laureate faces international condemnation for failing to address ongoing rights abuses of the Muslim minority.
  • The Burmese military reports that some 400 people – around 370 Rohingya insurgents, 13 security forces, two government officials and 14 civilians had died in the violence since August 25.
  • A request by British Ambassador Matthew Rycroft, prompted the 15-member UN security council to discuss the situation during a closed-doors meeting.
  • Mr Rycroft said the members had condemned the violence and called on all parties, including Ms Suu Kyi, to de-escalate the situation in Rakhine.

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