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The Rohingya exodus of 2017 was one in a number of displacements prompted by abuses inflicted by Myanmar’s military.

On September 15, the International Criminal Court in The Hague opened a preliminary examination into Myanmar’s alleged crimes against its Rohingya minority. The initial probe, ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensoude said, could lead to a formal investigation focusing on “coercive acts” resulting in the “forced displacement” of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, acts that might include “deprivation of fundamental rights, killing, sexual violence, enforced disappearance, destruction and looting.”

Hours earlier, United Nations investigators presented a 444-page report detailing apparent violations committed by Myanmar military against the Rohingya, a report the Myanmar ambassador to the UN called “one-sided” and “flawed.” …


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The report’s recommendations would amount to a seismic change in how the tech industry operates and could even lead to a “breaking up” of big tech companies.

The House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust panel has released its long-awaited investigation into America’s big tech corporations, declaring that “companies that once were scrappy, underdog startups” have now become “the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons.”

The report comes months after big tech executives were grilled in congressional hearings and as companies are facing growing antitrust scrutiny around the world. …


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Xi emphasized the Chinese Communist Party’s “absolute leadership over the armed forces” and urged his soldiers to cultivate a spirit of “fearing neither hardship nor death” with the “vigor and vitality of the tiger.”

China conducted new naval drills on Wednesday, October 14, after the Chinese President Xi Jinping urged the military on Tuesday to “focus on war preparedness and combat capabilities” amid growing tensions in the South China Sea.

The day-long naval exercise took place in the Bohai Sea in China’s northeast, the Chinese state-backed Global Times newspaper reported. …

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