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How Journalists Uncovered a Rohingya Massacre in Myanmar

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How Journalists Uncovered a Rohingya Massacre in Myanmar

How Journalists Uncovered a Rohingya Massacre in Myanmar

Before their arrest, Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo pieced together a massacre of Rohingya Muslims, in part by interviewing the suspects.

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How Journalists Uncovered a Rohingya Massacre in Myanmar

Before their arrests by the Myanmar government, Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo reported out  the story of a massacre  of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar's Inn Din village.

They pieced together the events of the mass killing through dozens of interviews — some of which came from the alleged perpetrators.

Antoni Slodkowski is the Myanmar bureau chief for Reuters and shares a byline on the Inn Din story.

Newsy spoke to him about the process of reporting on the massacre.

Additional reporting via Reuters.




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