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United States: World Arakan cannot remain silent

US Secretary of State Tillerson, ' the world, witnessed the news of violence from this region (Arakan) and cannot be carefree. We, the military senior officials, are responsible for those who are holding ' said.

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United States: World Arakan cannot remain silent

"The world cannot be seen as a witness to news of violence from this region," US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said about what happened in Arakan.

Minister Tillerson, in Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), held a panel on relations between United States and India, to evaluate Arakan.

"Extraordinary anxiety" because of what was happening in Arakan, Tillerson, " world, witnessed news of violence from this region and can not remain carefree," he said.

"We, military senior officials, are responsible for this," Tillerson said.

"Someone will be held accountable for incidents in Arakan", Tillerson said, "It is up to top officials of army that y want to play a role in future of Myanmar, because we are developing Myanmar's important Democratic We see it as a country, "he said.

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Ethnic cleansing of Arabanese Muslims

Thousands of Muslims have lost ir lives since August 25th, when Myanmar army attacked civilians in Arakan on grounds of combating armed militants. The number of civilians who died due to no access to area was not allowed to be fully identified.

In recent attacks, 300 villages were destroyed by army and fanatical Buddhists.

In Myanmar, 84 per cent of two million Arakanese Muslims who have been exposed to ethnic cleansing since 1970s, have sought refuge in surrounding countries.

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