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U.N.´s Ambiguous Role in Plight of Myanmar´s Rohingya.
U.N.´s Ambiguous Role in Plight of Myanmar´s Rohingya. Four month after the eruption of the inter-communal violence in Myanmar´s Rakhine State, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that some 75.000 are internally displaced and that the numbers … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Asia, Editorial, Geo-Politics Tagged Al Qaeda, Bangladesh, Burma, christof lehmann, CIA, DGFI, Dr. Christof Lehmann, Geo-Politics, HuJI, IDP Camps in Rakhine State, internally displace, Myanmar, Myanmar gas, Myanmar inter-communal violence, Myanmar Muslims, Myanmar Oil, Myanmar refugees, nsnbc, Rakhine State, Rohingya, state sponsored terrorism, Terrorism, UNHCR, United Nations 6 Comments