Myanmar military accused of planting landmines as Rohingya flee

Myanmar's military has been accused of planting mines in the path of Rohingya Muslims fleeing reported atrocities in Rakhine state. Amnesty International says at least two people have been wounded in a blast at the border.

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    Myanmar's military has been accused of planting mines in the path of Rohingya fleeing reported atrocities in Rakhine state. Amnesty International says at least two people have been wounded in a blast at the border.

    Meanwhile, the government of Myanmar has declared it will not negotiate with an armed Rohingya group after it called for a truce on Saturday.

     

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from the main city Yangon.


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