By COCONUTS YANGON
March 19, 2016
In recent months, the focus in Burma has been on the country’s strides towards democracy; but far from Rangoon and the capital Naypyidaw, a humanitarian crisis is moving ever closer to what many international observers regard as a full-blown genocide.
In this video, Coconuts TV turns its attention to Burma’s western edge, where the Rohingya Muslims of Arakan State are facing a relentless drive to erase them from the country’s history.
Crowded into camps since religious clashes in 2012 claimed dozens of lives and thousands of homes, some 140,000 Rohingya face an uncertain future, while one man strives to preserve their past.