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International Court Opens Investigation Into Crimes Against Rohingya

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International Court Opens Investigation Into Crimes Against Rohingya

International Court Opens Investigation Into Crimes Against Rohingya

The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor requested the investigation following repeated allegations of persecution and ethnic cleansing.

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