What's happening: The Myanmar military has cracked down on the Muslim Rohingya minority group with "clearly disproportionate" insurgent attacks that led to a death toll of almost 3,000 people, according to The Guardian.
Worldwide opinion hardened against Myanmar on Monday as the U.S., Britain and other powers renewed calls for an end to violence against Rohingya Muslims, whose plight is overshadowing the Southeast Asian nation's historic transition to democracy. He also said that although the Rohingyas in Bangladesh hadn't adversely affected their economy, "Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's commentary on feeding 8-10 lakh Rohingyas was said purely on humanitarian grounds". "What I can expect from them, and especially (the) president".
She expressed her gratitude to the people of Bangladesh for their generosity to the people who have lost everything including family members.
A senior White House official was unaware of the exchange but said Trump was deeply interested in the subject and that "he would definitely engage if it were brought up".
"I think if a lot of people, not just our country but all the countries in the world, if everybody stands up and says stop it, I'm sure it will have a good impact", Shahab said. Trump said on Twitter on Friday.
Numerous refugees have spoken of ethnic Rakhine Buddhist civilians joining the Myanmar army in its attacks.
More than half of the estimated 412,000 Rohingya who have arrived in Bangladesh live in fragile conditions without proper shelter, clean drinking water and sanitation. The Rohingya, however, track their ancestors many generations back in Myanmar.
Naypyitaw: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi condemned all human rights violations on Tuesday and said anyone responsible for abuses in troubled Rakhine State would face the law, and she felt deeply for the suffering of everyone caught up in conflict there.
"We've a limitation of land that is why we can't allow them (the Rohingyas) to stay in our country for long", added Tofail.
Ms Suu Kyi, who was swept into power at historic elections in 2015, has faced a barrage of global criticism for failing to stop atrocities, including from fellow Nobel laureates.
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