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  1. Background of the situation
  2. Why are the Rohingyas persecuted?
  3. The crisis of 2017
    1. How this crisis happened?
    2. The Position of the International Community
  4. The Rohingya crisis and the International Law
  5. The impact on Rohingyas living conditions
  6. A crime against humanity?
    1. Can the actions of the Myanmar's government against the Rohingyas be classified as a crime against humanity?
    2. Many questions can be asked about this complicated crisis

Myanmar is a country of Southeast Asia, bordered by Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. A little over 1,2 million Rohingyas are currently living in Rakhine State, which was attached to Myanmar in 1784, in the north-western part of the country. They mainly live in the three towns of Mondo, Buddy and Ladi Dang.
These Sunni Muslims live in a country where more than 90% of the 52 million inhabitants are Buddhists.
They are considered by the UN as "one of the most persecuted minorities in the world".

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