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Kofi Annan: Myanmar Rohingya Panel Will Not Police Human Rights

Former United Nations chief Kofi Annan assured residents of Myanmar he is not in the country to police human rights violations, but instead to recommend solutions to ease tensions between Buddhists and the Muslim minority. "We are not here as inspectors, as policemen," he told a news conference Thursday in Yangon.  "We are here to help at the request of the government and we see this as a Myanmar Commission that we are participating in, bringing some international...

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