Myanmar army massacred dozens of Rohingya, survivors say

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    In this Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, photo, Mohamed Yaha, 18, demonstrates to The Associated Press in his tent in Jamtoli refugee camp in Bangladesh, what he saw when soldiers bound the hands of dozens of men behind their backs with nylon rope and blindfolded them with scarves taken from the women when they massacred his village Maung Nu, in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.

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    In this Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, photo, Shafir Rahman, 50, describes how he watched a soldier hammering a four-inch nail into the side of a man’s head with a rifle butt during an interview with The Associated Press in his tent in Jamtoli refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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    In this Sunday Nov. 26, 2017, photo, Jamila Begum, 35, cries when talking about how members of Myanmar’s armed forces accused of massacring civilians in her village Maung Nu, in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, killed her son and husband during an interview with The Associated Press in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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    In this Sunday Nov. 26, 2017, photo, Jamila Begum, 35, cries when talking about how members of Myanmar’s armed forces accused of massacring civilians in her village Maung Nu, in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, killed her son and husband during an interview with The Associated Press in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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    In this Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, photo, Bodru Duza, 52, demonstrates how he hid in his house when members of Myanmar’s military forces accused of massacring civilians in his village Maung Nu, in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, during and interview with The Associated Press in his tent in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.

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    In this Friday Nov. 24, 2017, photo, Mohammadul Hassan, 18, is photographed in his family’s tent in Jamtoli refugee camp in Bangladesh. Hassan still bears the scars on his chest and back from being shot by soldiers who attempted to execute him.

UKHIA, Bangladesh (AP) — For six hours he hid in an upstairs room, listening to the crackle of gunfire and the screams of people being slaughtered outside his Myanmar home.

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