A year after 700,000 Rohingya fled their homeland in Myanmar amid a state-sponsored campaign of mass killings, rape and deportation, much has been said and spoken, but little has been done to hold those responsible to account.
The United Nations fact-finding mission's report this week that concluded that top Myanmar generals must face accountability for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes was vehement in its assessment of the crimes committed. The next steps are not so clear and any push to indict those responsible is likely to be challenged by Myanmar's neighbours for reasons of "stability".
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