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‘Fake news victims’ meet with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube

‘We’ve come together from different corners of the world to say enough is enough’ People who have been harmed by “fake news” appealed to executives at Facebook and Twitter and urged them to do more to stop the spread of disinformation during what they said were emotional, face-to-face meetings this week. Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro …

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FAKE NEWS VICTIMS’ MEET WITH TWITTER AND FACEBOOK

ON PAPER, THEY would seem to have little in common. Tun Khin is a human rights activist who advocates for the persecuted Rohingya Muslims in his home country of Myanmar. Jessikka Aro is a Finnish journalist who exposed the international influence of Russian propagandists at the Internet Research Agency long before the rest of the world had ever heard …

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MR. TUN KHIN PRESIDENT OF THE BURMESE ROHINGYA ORGANISATION UK STATEMENT TO THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL’S 40TH SESSION GENEVA, SWITZERLAND

11 MARCH 2019 Mr. President, Madam Special Rapporteur, Your Excellence’s, As a Rohingya, I would like to begin by thanking the Special Rapporteur for her tireless work. It is important the Special Rapporteur’s mandate is extended and that Myanmar stops standing in the way of the very mandate this Council has given her. Today I …

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Media Release from BROUK “International Development Committee report must spur the UK to act on Rohingya atrocities” Released on 22nd May 2018

Today’s report by the International Development Committee of the UK Parliament shines a light on ongoing ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya people in Burma and must lead to the UK government taking concrete action, said the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK. The report calls for a “dramatic change” in the UK’s engagement with Burma, in the …

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Media Release from BROUK “BROUK welcomes Liechtenstein Support for Burma ICC Referral” Released on 2nd May 2018

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK For Immediate Release 2nd May 2018 BROUK welcomes Liechtenstein Support for Burma ICC Referral   Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK welcomes the support of Liechtenstein for the UN Security Council referring Burma to the International Criminal Court. Liechtenstein UN Twitter account, @LiechtensteinUN tweeted on 30th April: Amb. Wenaweser at …

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“The Berlin Call for Rohingyas’ Protected Return to Protected Homeland” The Berlin Conference on Myanmar Genocide held at the Jewish Museum Berlin

26 February 2018 The Berlin Call for Rohingyas’ Protected Return to Protected Homeland At the Berlin Conference on Myanmar Genocide held at the Jewish Museum today the participating scholars, activists and concerned citizens issue the following call: We are gravely concerned about Myanmar’s still unfolding atrocity crimes, with signs of genocide mounting, against the Rohingya people, including undeniable ethnic …

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Media Release from BROUK “Myanmar’s Genocide of Rohingya Is Not Over: Rohingya Need UN-Protected Safe Zones” Released on 12th February 2018

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) For Immediate Release 12th February 2018. Myanmar’s Genocide of Rohingya Is Not Over: Rohingya Need UN-Protected Safe Zones Nayapara Camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: The genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar is far from over, said the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) after a 4-day fact-finding trip to Cox’s Bazar, …

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Tun Khin President BROUK in an interview with “PressTV News” : “UN chief concerned about deal on return of Myanmar’s Rohingya”.

Mr Tun Khin President BROUK on PressTV News discussed on the “UN chief showed concerned about the deal on the return of Myanmar’s Rohingya.” Tun Khin said it should really be concerning for all of us that how and where this Rohingya will return where they already facing mass killing, mass rape, in short, it’s …

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Tun Khin President BROUK in an interview with “FRANCE 24” on 17th January 2018 about Rohingya Crisis: “This deal is just to ease international pression”

Tun Khin President BROUK in an interview with “FRANCE 24” on 17th January 2018 about Rohingya Crisis: “This deal is just to ease international pression” Mr Tun Khin President BROUK on Chanel France 24 discusses the ruthless situation of Rohingyas in the Bangladeshi refugee camp and Rohingyas left inside the Rakhine State. The mass killing …

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