A senior U.N. human rights official is urging the international community to maintain pressure on Myanmar’s government to halt atrocities against Rohingya Muslims and facilitate their return home.

“Clearly, there has to be sustained international pressure on the government of Myanmar to prevent its security forces from carrying out the actions that they are carrying out,” Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights Andrew Gilmour told VOA on Thursday. “And to enable, to genuinely, not just say it, but to genuinely permit the conditions for the refugees to return.”

Gilmour returned this week from a four-day visit to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, where nearly a million Rohingya Muslim refugees are living in what has become the world’s largest refugee camp.

Source: Voice of America

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A senior U.N. human rights official is urging the international community to maintain pressure on Myanmar's government to halt atrocities against Rohingya Muslims and facilitate their return home.'Clearly, there has to be sustained international pressure on the government of Myanmar to prevent its security forces from carrying out the...