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Jolie demands Myanmar 'commitment' to end anti-Rohingya violence


Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie says that Myanmar must "show genuine commitment" to end violence that has driven hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims into neighbouring Bangladesh as she visits a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh.

Added on the 05/02/2019 17:01:45 - Copyright : AFP EN

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