The Rohingya : Injustice ignored in Myanmar
In March 2012, the western Rakhine State of Myanmar erupted into violence around the provincial capital, Sittwe
The majority Buddhist, and the minority Muslim populations clashed in a confrontation which left several dead, and scores of homes burning.
Sparked by the rape and murder of a Buddhist woman by Muslim men, the fighting was a culmination of tensions that had built up across the state over years.
Four years on and tensions remain. 120,000 Rohingya still live in dire conditions in refugee camps, with the possibility of more sectarian violence still very real
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