Myanmar's Suu Kyi condemns all human rights violations in Rakhine State

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September 19, 2017 07:08
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NAYPYITAW - Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi condemned all human rights violations on Tuesday and said anyone responsible for abuses in troubled Rakhine State would face the law.

Suu Kyi, in her first address to the nation since attacks by Rohingya Muslim insurgents on Aug. 25 sparked a military response that has forced more than 410,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, said Myanmar did not fear international scrutiny and was committed to a sustainable solution to the conflict.

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