Rohingya Muslims in the village of Shwe Zarr looking at Myanmar police, who are providing security due to recent nearby unrest, near Maungdaw township in Rakhine State. September 6, 2017. (AFP / STR)
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UN human rights investigators on Tuesday said they needed "full and unfettered" access to Myanmar to investigate a grave and ongoing crisis, but the government renewed its rejection of the probe.Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi has repeatedly denounced the UN probe as unhelpful and vowed that her government would not cooperate with it.The UN investigator, an Indonesian national and veteran of past UN investigations including a ground-breaking report on slave labor in North Korea, warned that Myanmar had the "danger signs" of a crisis that could worsen.
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