BANGKOK-Myanmar's government and advocates for the country's Muslim Rohingya ethnic minority traded charges last Sunday of killing civilians, burning down buildings and planting land mines as clashes began last week, when insurgents launched attacks against police posts continued.
Deadly attacks by the militants on border police have prompted a military response that left scores dead and forced tens of thousands to flee to Bangladesh.
The death toll from ongoing clashes between Myanmar's troops and the so-called advocates of the persecuted Rohingya Muslims has reached almost 100, as thousands of desperate Muslims recently entered the neighboring Bangladesh, fleeing from intensified crackdown on the minority by Buddhist mobs and security forces over recent attacks on police outposts.
The announcement was the first by the government to list civilians among the dead-six people identified as Hindu said to have been killed by the insurgents.
Not to mention the blood on our hands if we make no effort to stop the massacre of the Rohingya now.
Using a dialect similar to that spoken in Chittagong in southeast Bangladesh, the Sunni Muslims are loathed by many in majority-Buddhist Myanmar who see them as illegal immigrants and call them "Bengali"-even though many have lived in Myanmar for generations".
For some years now, worldwide human rights groups and the United Nations have reported wide-scale human rights violations against the Rohingyas, including extrajudicial killings, gang rapes, arsons and other violence.
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Annan also condemned the new attacks, saying "no cause can justify such brutality and senseless killing" and urging the government to exercise restraint and "ensure that innocent civilians are not harmed".
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