Ethnic tensions seethe in Myanmar as persecuted Rohingya radicalise – Australia News


When Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy was elected to government in November 2015 there was a wave of relief across Myanmar, and the world. There was a new hope that, after decades of repression, things would change for the better. For many citizens of Myanmar there has been positive change, if most of it occurring prior to those elections. But for Myanmar’s Rohingya minority, their situation has become very much worse.

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