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United Nations: UN chief Antonio Guterres today called on Myanmar to halt its military campaign against Rohingyas in Rakhine state, acknowledging that the Muslim minority was facing ethnic cleansing.
 
"I call on the Myanmar authorities to suspend military activities and violence and uphold the rule of law," he said in a press conference.
 
After describing reports of security forces attacking civilians as "completely unacceptable," Guterres was asked if he agreed that the Rohingya population was being ethnically cleansed.
 
"When one third of the Rohingya population has got to flee the country, can you find a better word to describe it?" he replied.
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Pak envoy Lodhi passes off Palestinian victim as a Kashmiri  
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Iran test fires ballistic missile 'Khorramshahr'  
China imposes limit on oil supply to N Korea  
Pak anti-graft body freezes accounts of Sharif, family  
Zardari resposnible for Benazir Bhutto's murder: Musharraf  
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Kim Jong-un calls Trump 'mentally deranged US dotard'  
Pakistan a 'terroristan': India  
China bans use of anti-Islam words on social media  
Moon at UN: S Korea not seeking collapse of N Korea  
Trump says putting more sanctions on North Korea  
 
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