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UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser for the Prevention of Genocide Adama Dieng does not exclude that actions against Rohingya people can be recognized by the court as genocide, TASS reported.

Myanmar authorities and the Buddhist population consider the Rohingya illegal migrants from Bangladesh. The conflict between them and the indigenous Arakan Buddhists has a long history, but the escalation to armed clashes and the humanitarian crisis began only after the transfer of power in Myanmar from a military government to a civilian one in 2011-2012.

Dieng noted that only the court should determine whether there was genocide.

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