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Suu Kyi defends military against genocide charges


Myanmar’s de facto leader and noble laureate Aung San Suu Kyi addressed the International Court of Justice on Wednesday to deny allegations the country’s military had committed genocide against minority Rohingya Muslims.
The small Muslim-majority nation of Gambia that brought the case against Myanmar had laid out a detailed and graphic case a day earlier, saying thousands of Rohingya Muslim were systematically raped and murdered at the hands of Myanmar’s powerful military. They are calling for temporary measures to protect the Rohingya community against ongoing atrocities.

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