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Burma: International Religious Freedom Report for 2014

By US Department of State  •  October 15, 2015
Muslim, Christian, and other religious minorities faced physical abuse, arbitrary arrest and detention, restrictions on religious practice and travel, and discrimination in employment and access to citizenship. Reported security-force involvement in intercommunal violence included killings and forced displacement of religious minorities. The UN high commissioner for human rights (UNHCHR) and others alleged Rohingya were killed during intercommunal violence that took place in early January in Du Chee Yar Tan village of Maungdaw Township.
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