AP Investigation Details Shocking Massacre, Mass Graves Of Myanmar Rohingya

The Associated Press interviewed more than two dozen refugees in neighboring Bangladesh, some of whom had time-stamped cellphone videos backing claims of several mass graves.

Editor's note: This post contains graphic descriptions that some may find disturbing.

Updated at 3:50 a.m. ET

The Associated Press on Wednesday published a report detailing the existence of several previously undisclosed mass graves of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar along with shocking details of the systematic execution of victims and attempts to hide evidence of the crime.

The relied on interviews with more than two dozen refugees who managed to escape from soldiers and

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