‘Horrors’ condemned by human rights group as witnesses claim soldiers abused, stabbed and shot dozens of people at residential compound in Rakhine state

The Myanmar military executed dozens of Rohingya villagers as they gathered to seek safety following the outbreak of violence in Rakhine state, according to witness reports collected by human rights experts.

The testimonies describe soldiers beating, sexually assaulting, stabbing and shooting villagers, including children, who had gathered at a residential compound in Maung Nu village, two days after the eruption of violence in August.

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