Massacre in Myanmar: One grave for 10 Rohingya men
— Toby Cadman (@tobycadman) 12. Februar 2018
— CCHR Cambodia (@cchrcambodia) 13. Februar 2018
link fixed. sorry for the mixup
— Opinio Juris (@opiniojuris) 12. Februar 2018
Asma Jahangir spoke truth to power, and power was forced to listen. In this sad time, I hope her family can take some consolation that Asma’s legacy will live on to inspire future generations of lawyers, feminists and human rights activists the world over. https://t.co/UdfAnzBsMK
— Kofi Annan (@KofiAnnan) 12. Februar 2018
Other countries will worry when you breach international legal norms. Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister has said that: „Other countries do not need to worry about the Malaysian government’s decision over the matter“ https://t.co/NyYc0ACof7
— WorldUyghurCongress (@UyghurCongress) 12. Februar 2018
Interesting side-note: I spoke to them about #genocide for quite a long time — pointing out the events in the article were probably not enough, but were an important piece of the puzzle. I have no doubt the #Rohingya have been the victims of genocide. #Myanmar https://t.co/7x4TkSZDRK
— Kevin Jon Heller (@kevinjonheller) 9. Februar 2018
Massacre in Myanmar: These 10 Rohingya men killed were fishermen, shopkeepers, high school students and an Islamic teacher. Here’s @Reuters on the sequence of events. https://t.co/47EJy0pSET @specialreports pic.twitter.com/rMFZCHQMUq
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) 8. Februar 2018
share this piece, in honor of the victims, in solidarity with the detained reporters, in opposition to the mass killing of #Rohingya in #Myanmar, in recognition of the power of public-minded journalism https://t.co/OwVm8YC8Fl
— David Kaye (@davidakaye) 9. Februar 2018
How #Myanmar forces burned, looted and killed in a remote village.
Gruesome reading, but pls read this @Reuters report.
The two investigative journalists are now on trial in Myanmar.
W/o justice, atrocity crimes will continue https://t.co/qVX8huxaHM
— Lotte Leicht (@LotteLeicht1) 8. Februar 2018
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