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In recent weeks, the government has boosted its military presence in Maungdaw, and the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) claimed responsibility for attacks in which the government said dozens were killed.The ARSA said the attacks were in response to raids, killings and looting by soldiers.Sit back and relax as Africam brings you images from their webcams that are always on and always watching popular waterholes in protected areas of southern Africa.See elephants, giraffes, zebras, hyenas and other species in the wild from your computer at home.Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi has also faced international criticism for not speaking out strongly about the actions of Myanmar’s military.She has called on the military to avoid harming innocent civilians.Tensions have been simmering in Rakhine between its Buddhist and Muslim populations since communal violence broke out in 2012.
“Building up trust and harmony between two communities that have in many parts of that region been hostile to one another is not done easily,” she said. In another incident, a mob of about 300 protesters blocked a shipment of humanitarian aid in the port of Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine state.The protestors attacked a boat that was being prepared to take 50 tons of supplies including food, water and mosquito nets from the International Red Cross.The violence in Rakhine state has continued since late August when Rohingya militants attacked several police and army positions there.However, military operations to answer the attacks have killed hundreds of Rohingya and many of their villages have been burned.
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He said the government “brings out these fake photos or these fake narratives and then they attack the human rights groups like us saying why don’t you guys investigate.” Robertson added, “Let us in.