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Britain to stop training Burmese military until Rohingya crisis is resolved

Press Review - 20 September, 2017

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Britain to stop training Burmese military until Rohingya crisis is resolved. The move came as Ms Suu Kyi, Burma’s de-facto leader, sought to restore her tarnished reputation and defend her country by claiming that most Rohingya Muslim villages have not been affected by spiraling violence which has forced more than 400,000 refugees to flood across the border (the Daily Telegraph).

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