Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar for Bangladesh earlier this year

The continued oppression of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar has been labelled an apartheid by Amnesty International in a recent report.

Two years in the making, the findings shed light on the treatment of the ethnic minority, exposing a lack of access to health, education and travel.

Amnesty’s Crisis Campaigner Diana Sayed said there was no other way to describe the situation.

The Wire’s Cody Tsaousis reports.

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