"Extrajudicial killing Muslims in Arakan"
The Reuters news agency has published details of an investigation into the massacre of Muslims in Myanmar.
The Reuters news agency has published details of an investigation into the Rohingyans Muslim murdered by soldiers and Buddhist villagers, who were living in the Arakan state of Myanmar in the Southeast Asian country.
The agency says two journalists arrested in Myanmar were imprisoned for this investigation. Reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Seo Oo, the two journalists have revealed that at least 10 Muslims were killed in Arakan province last year said Reuters.
The agency says that two of these people were killed by Buddhist villagers using sharp tools, while others were shot by the army.
Thousands of Muslims in Arakan state were executed without trial
Access to the area is restricted by the authorities. Last year, however, eyewitnesses had found that thousands of Muslims in Arakan state were executed without trial.
The army says they are fighting against militants in Arakan, but human rights groups say thousands of Muslims have been killed.
In the meantime, Arakanese Muslims, who escaped from massacres in Myanmar and took refuge in the refugee camps in Bangladesh, have been suffering from food shortages in their countries for many years.
NGOs have found that dozens of refugee gates in Bangladesh are undernourished, especially in children's research. The Arakanese say that they have been imprisoned in their villages for years, sometimes unable to get out of their homes.
The Myanmar Army has systematically prisoned the Rohingyans to hunger
Evidence from the International Amnesty shows that the Myanmar Army systematically prisoned the Rohingyans to starvation.
While the Muslim villagers were prevented from harvesting the rice fields, the Myanmar Army also blocked the food aid sent by non-governmental organizations for many years.
Since August 25, 2017, the number of Arakanese who fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh has reached 700.000. It is still unclear how many Muslims were massacred by the Myanmar Army and Buddhist gangs.