OHCHR team interviews Rohingya victims of violence, highlights atrocities

In a Flash Report issued by a four member team who visited Bangladesh to interview Rohingya people who had entered the country in the aftermath of the 9th October 2016 attacks, interviews with 204 people reveal killings, rape and all manner of violence committed by Myanmarese security forces in an area isolated from the world in the northern Rakhine State. The stories that emerged included slaughter of babies, gang-rape and exclusion and segregation. The report details other crimes against humanity including enforced disappearances, suspension of medical services, murder and extended detention.