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First hearing for alleged Rohingya genocide held in The Hague

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The Hague (Netherlands), Dec 10 (EFE), (Camera: David Morales).- The leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, heard on Tuesday the accusation of genocide directed against the army of her country for acts committed against the Muslim minority of the Rohingya from 2016, in the first oral hearing held by this case in the International Court of Justice.FOOTAGE OUTSIDE THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE IN THE HAGUE AND THE JUSTICE MINISTER OF GAMBIA, BA TAMBADOU SPEAKING.

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