Myanmar seeks war crimes evidence


MYANMAR is willing to take back all 700,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who have fled to Bangladesh if they volunteer to return, the country’s Na­tional Security Adviser Thaung Tun said last Saturday (2). He was speaking at the Shangri-La Dialogue, a regional security confer­ence in Singapore, where he was asked if the situation in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, where most Rohingya live, could trigger use of the Respon­sibility to Protect (R2P) framework of the United Nations. The so-called R2P initiative was adopted at the 2005 UN World Sum­mit, in which nations agreed to pro­tect their own populations from gen­ocide, war crimes, ethnic…

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