Rohingya refugees demand justice, one year since brutal crackdown in Myanmar began

Thousands of Rohingya refugees staged protests for “justice” on Saturday on the first anniversary of a Myanmar military crackdown that forced them to flee to camps in Bangladesh.
About 700,000 of the Muslim minority poured across the border after attacks by the Myanmar military and Buddhist groups that the United Nations has likened to ethnic cleansing.
Thousands held peaceful marches and attended rallies chanting “We want justice from the UN.” At the Kutupalong camp, a…