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Aung San Suu Kyi s’exprimera mardi sur le sort des Rohingya

The speech of the leader, Nobel peace Prize, about the fate of the muslim minority persecuted in Burma, is highly anticipated.

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Aung San Suu Kyi s’exprimera mardi sur le sort des Rohingya
The secretary-general of united Nations, Antonio Guterres, called on Aung San Suu Kyi, who was scheduled to speak Tuesday to Burmese, to call for an end to tragedy of Rohingya, muslim minority persecuted in Burma.

In an interview with BBC, Sunday 17 September, on eve of meeting of general Assembly of united nations in New York, Mr. Guterres warned that if leader of burma, Nobel peace Prize, does not respond very quickly, " tragedy will be absolutely horrible ".

If it does not act to remedy situation now, I think that tragedy will be absolutely horrible and, unfortunately, I don't see how things could improve in future.Speech highly anticipated

After she announced that she wouldn't make it to general assembly of united nations, Aung San Suu Kyi has announced her intention to speak to his countrymen on Tuesday, for first time since beginning of crisis of end of month of August.

His televised speech to Nation, intended to be pronounced from Naypyidaw, administrative capital of burma, at 10 a.m. local (3: 30 GMT), is highly anticipated, Nobel Prize of peace who brought up here its unfailing support to army, which is accused to carry out abuses under guise of counter-terrorism operation.

The united Nations has warned against risk of "ethnic cleansing" after persecution against Rohingya has intensified in Rakhine State (western Burma), where army conducts a major operation in retaliation for attacks on 25 August, rebels of minority.

According to latest report of united nations, more than 400,000 Rohingya have fled Burma to join neighbouring Bangladesh. The south of this border country of Burma turned into one of largest refugee camps in world in space of three weeks.


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