Body of evidence: Rohingya scars testify to Myanmar crackdown

AFPTV

In Bangladeshi refugee camps housing more than a million Rohingya refugees, Doctors without Borders says it has treated more than 2,600 patients for wounds inflicted by the Myanmar military such as bullet wounds, stabbings, and burns. The scars of the refugees tell the story of a military campaign which the UN has described as ethnic cleansing.