State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi is Myanmar's de facto leader. The 1991 Nobel Peace Prize recipient has come under international fire for failing to advocate for the Rohingya.
In Myanmar in Southeast Asia, a military crackdown and associated vigilante violence the past three weeks have forced 300,000 to 400,000 Muslim Rohingya to seek safety in Bangladesh. Myanmar's actions, which followed an Aug. 25 attack by Rohingya insurgents on police and military outposts, have generated condemnation from the Muslim...
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