Just over a year ago Myanmar security forces were wrapping up a massive offensive against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority.
In a matter of weeks, more than 720,000 Rohingya were forced to flee to neighboring Bangladesh in what the head of Myanmar’s military called a “clearance operation” in the country’s Rakhine State.
A recent U.N. report has shed new light on what happened in Myanmar, and accused the military of murder, mass rape and torture. It also called for several of Myanmar's top generals to be prosecuted for genocide and crimes against humanity.
On this edition of Global Journalist, a look at whether the UN report may galvanize the international community to hold Myanmar's generals to account and what the prospects are for the 1 million Rohingya now living in refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Joining the program:
Assistant producers: Kris Croonen, Tatum Pugh, Melodie Zhao
Supervising producer: Yanqi Xu
Visual editor: Maggie Duncan