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Rohingya Genocide: Women and Refugee Camps

rohingya genocide: One of the laureates, Yemen's Tawakkol Karman, urged Suu Kyi to wake up or face prosecution, according to CTV. Her two colleagues -- Northern Ireland's Mairead Maguire and Iran's Shirin Ebadi -- promised to work to bring those responsible to justice. The laureates, who are on a weeklong trip to Bangladesh to visit the sprawling refugee camps where the Rohingya are living, said at a news conference in Dhaka that their fellow Nobel Peace laureate Suu Kyi cannot avoid responsibility. All of them were emotionally charged as they unanimously called the violence against Rohingya genocide. Millions of people have been displaced from their cities, women have been raped, all the women, we met like 100 women, all of them have been raped. There is no other definition, it is genocide, genocide against innocent people, Karman said. ( As reported in the news.