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IMPUNITY STILL REIGNS IN BURMA: ROHINGYA PERSECUTED, MUSLIMS TARGETED, KACHIN ATTACKED

 
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The Burmese regime’s refusal to implement reforms that will stop impunity has resulted in a surge of serious human rights violations that have displaced 250,000 people and killed hundreds since June 2011.

This includes state-linked anti-Muslim violence that spread from the western state of Arakan to the central regions of Mandalay and Pegu (Bago), as well as a new war in the northern state of Kachin.

In all cases, regime authorities either actively participated in perpetrating the abuses or failed to protect civilians from violence. Authorities also denied victims access to justice and blocked access to humanitarian assistance.