Rohingya plight: UNHRC to discuss human rights abuses in Myanmar

The human rights of the Rohingya people are being discussed at the United Nations. The Special Rapporteur for Myanmar has urged the UN to establish a Commission of Inquiry into abuses committed against the minority group.

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    The human rights of the Rohingya people are being discussed at the United Nations.

    The Special Rapporteur for Myanmar has urged the UN to establish a Commission of Inquiry into abuses committed against the minority group.

    Yanghee Lee will address the Human Rights Council in Geneva later.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Sittwe in Myanmar.


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