ICJ hearings into Myanmar Rohingya genocide case to take place without Aung San Suu Kyi

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The genocide case against Myanmar is set to return to the United Nations’ top court, but the International Court of Justice must first decide who can represent the country. The Myanmar army and its opponents are both claiming the right to be at the hearing. The case was first brought by Gambia in 2019. Then, state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi stood in defence of the Myanmar army against accusations of mass killings, rape and expulsion of the mostly Muslim Rohingya minority.

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