Then, he said, the soldiers burned down the homes, shooting anyone who was unable to flee. ' "I have lost everything." The UN said reports such as that from Gu Dar Pyin must be investigated, adding a fact-finding mission and access to Rakhine state for the world's media must be allowed.
Others told how after the killings, Buddhist villagers then moved through Gu Dar Pyin in a sort of mopping-up operation, using knives to cut the throats of the injured, and pitching the young and the elderly into fires. Meanwhile, Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch, said the reports on Gu Dar Pyin "raise the stakes for the international community to demand accountability from Myanmar...
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In December, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reported that at least 6,700 people had died in 2017 in violence attributed to attacks against the Rohingya, an estimated 730 of who were children below the age of five.Mohammad Sha, 37, a shop owner and farmer, recalled how he hid in a grove of coconut trees near a river with more than 100 others.Mr Sha said they watched as the military searched Muslim homes along with dozens of Buddhist villagers, their faces partly covered with scarves, loaded the possessions from the homes into pushcarts.He continued that he was only able to recognise them by the colours of their shorts, since their faces had either been burned away by acid or shot too much.Myanmar has now cut off access to Gu Dar Pyin, making it difficult to ascertain how many people died, but satellite images show a destroyed village.Villagers say there are three large mass graves at Gu Dar Pyin's northern entrance, where witnesses say soldiers herded and killed most of the Rohingya.Others added that there were two more mass graves nearby, and other, smaller graves scattered around the village.Community leaders say they have compiled a list of 75 dead so far, but there are fears the number could be as high as 400.On Thursday, UN special envoy on human rights in Myanmar, Yanghee Lee, said that the military's operations against the Rohingya bear "the hallmarks of a genocide".Videos obtained by AP, dating almost two weeks after the killings, show partially-buried corpses and others burnt by acid.Survivors said soldiers planned the attack and tried to hide what they had done.