ICC investigation launched into murder, torture and rape cases on Rohingya

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has launched an initial investigation against the Myanmar government over the killing, torture and rape of rakhaine Rohingya. The information was reported in the international press Report on Wednesday (19 September). It said prosecutor Fataw Bensouda, of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday (September 18), rakhaine the allegations of war crimes and manbatabirodhi crime against the Myanmar government in the case of Rohingyas’s abuses; It has officially started the work of the ICC. The United Nations has recently published an investigation report on 444 pages come the recommendations of the Rakhaine war crimes and manbatabirodhi crimes against the Myanmar government in the International Criminal Court. The investigation will include issues of human rights abuses, murder, sexual abuse, destruction, looting, etc., he said.
In ICC, prosecutor said, Hegvittik the court will also consider not to abuse the population of the Rohingya–what other human crimes have occurred.
In August, the UN report also accused the country’s military of killing Rohingyas. That denies Myanmar.
Even if the isisite Myanmar is not signed, judges says Bangladesh is a member of the Hegvittik International, so the judicial of any crime against the Rohingya is ICC.
Meanwhile, ICC is going to visit Myanmar on Wednesday (September 19), the UK’s foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said in a statement. His visit also includes discussions on the issue of Rohingyas.
International desk, Wednesday, 19 September, H B News

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ICC investigation launched into murder, torture and rape cases on Rohingya

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has launched an initial investigation against the Myanmar government over the killing, torture and rape of rakhaine Rohingya. The information was reported in the international press Report on Wednesday (19 September). It said prosecutor Fataw Bensouda, of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday (September 18), rakhaine the allegations of war crimes and manbatabirodhi crime against the Myanmar government in the case of Rohingyas’s abuses; It has officially started the work of the ICC. The United Nations has recently published an investigation report on 444 pages come the recommendations of the Rakhaine war crimes and manbatabirodhi crimes against the Myanmar government in the International Criminal Court. The investigation will include issues of human rights abuses, murder, sexual abuse, destruction, looting, etc., he said.
In ICC, prosecutor said, Hegvittik the court will also consider not to abuse the population of the Rohingya–what other human crimes have occurred.
In August, the UN report also accused the country’s military of killing Rohingyas. That denies Myanmar.
Even if the isisite Myanmar is not signed, judges says Bangladesh is a member of the Hegvittik International, so the judicial of any crime against the Rohingya is ICC.
Meanwhile, ICC is going to visit Myanmar on Wednesday (September 19), the UK’s foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said in a statement. His visit also includes discussions on the issue of Rohingyas.
International desk, Wednesday, 19 September, H B News

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