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Aung San Suu Kyi in the Hague for Rohingya genocide showdown

By DW
10 December 2019   |   11:36 am
The once-internationally respected leader is in the Hague to defend against accusations of genocide. The Gambia is leading the case against the country, asking the court to invoke emergency measures.

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