A Rohingya Muslim girl, Saira Begum carries food items distributed in aid as she walks towards her shelter in Taiy Khali refugee camp, Bangladesh, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin)
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The head of a U.N. investigation into violence in Myanmar asked on Tuesday for more time to look into allegations of mass killings of Rohingya Muslims, as well as torture, sexual violence and the burning of villages.Marzuki Darusman told his sponsors in the U.N. Human Rights Council he was also still waiting for Myanmar's permission to enter the country, though he was hopeful there would be progress soon.Darusman said he was he hopeful there would be progress in his request to enter Myanmar, following an address by its leader Aung San Suu Kyi from which he said two main points emerged.Myanmar's ambassador Htin Lynn told the Council that Myanmar was making efforts to restore peace, law and order and harmony.
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