Rohingya refugee Amina Khatun, 55, rests at the bank of the Naf river after crossing it on an improvised raft to reach Bangladesh, in Teknaf, Bangladesh. REUTERS/Susana Vera
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Myanmar's security forces may be guilty of genocide against the Rohingya Muslim minority and more of them are fleeing despite a deal between Myanmar and Bangladesh to send them home, the top U.N. human rights official said Tuesday.China has supported Myanmar in the face of international criticism and has taken an increasingly active role in the issue, with foreign minister Wang Yi recently proposing a three step resolution during a visit to Myanmar.Myanmar has not granted the investigators access to Rakhine, the northern state from which the Rohingya have fled, Darusman said.Myanmar denies committing atrocities against the Rohingya.
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