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Britain asks for UN Security Council to plead Myanmar violence

UNITED NATIONS – Britain has asked for a UN Security Council to accommodate on Wednesday to plead sharpening lethal assault between Rohingya insurgents and Myanmar confidence army in Rakhine state, Britain’s UN Ambassador Matthew Rycroft pronounced on Tuesday.

“Need to residence long-term issues in Rakhine, titillate patience by all parties,” Rycroft posted on Twitter.

A array of concurrent attacks by Rohingya insurgents on confidence army in a north of Myanmar’s Rakhine state on Friday has triggered a uninformed exodus to Bangladesh of Rohingya Muslim villagers perplexing to shun a violence.

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