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More Than 120,000 of 'World's Most Persecuted People' Flee Violence in Myanmar


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More Than 120,000 of 'World's Most Persecuted People' Flee Violence in Myanmar

Jessica Corbett, staff writer

The United Nations estimated Tuesday that in the past month, more than 123,000 Rohingya people have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh, attempting to escape what has been called the "deadl


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Agree with Malala. It is especially disturbing Aung San Suu has said nothing. In an interview last year Aung San Suu claimed there was no evidence of discrimination against the Rohingya.


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Yet another use of religion and propaganda to wipe out entire groups of fellow human beings targeted for punishment based on their beliefs. Where is the “god” that everyone worships?


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Another “Nobel savage”


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touche…

malala is an incredible young woman. i think she makes every single woman in any level of our government pale by comparison. that f’n nikky haley could take some lessons… and don’t even get me started on devos…