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Justice for Rohingya 
?International Court of Justice 
?Unanimous ruling: prevention of alleged acts of 
genocide against Rohingya Muslims 
?Pinned legal responsibility on M y a n m a r’ s 
government for the m i l i t ar y ’ s large-scale excesses 
of 2017. 
?ICJ: an estimated 600,000 Rohingya resident in 
Myanmar still remained highly vulnerable to 
attacks from the security forces. 
?Brutalities by the defence services amounted to 
crimes of genocide under the 1948 Genocide 
Convention. 
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Justice for Rohingya 
?International Court of Justice 
?Unanimous ruling: prevention of alleged acts of 
genocide against Rohingya Muslims 
?Pinned legal responsibility on M y a n m a r’ s 
government for the m i l i t ar y ’ s large-scale excesses 
of 2017. 
?ICJ: an estimated 600,000 Rohingya resident in 
Myanmar still remained highly vulnerable to 
attacks from the security forces. 
?Brutalities by the defence services amounted to 
crimes of genocide under the 1948 Genocide 
Convention. 
?Ms. Suu Kyi: 2017 violence was 
proportionate to the threat of insurgency.  
?Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army 
?She even questioned the G am bi a’ s standing 
to bring the suit, saying that there was no 
bilateral dispute.  
? M y a n m a r ’ s Foreign Ministry rejected IC J ’ s 
ruling 
?Ruling empowers the UN Security Council 
to prevail upon Myanmar to take 
appropriate measures for the rehabilitation 
and repatriation of displaced communities. 
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Justice for Rohingya 
?International Court of Justice 
?Unanimous ruling: prevention of alleged acts of 
genocide against Rohingya Muslims 
?Pinned legal responsibility on M y a n m a r’ s 
government for the m i l i t ar y ’ s large-scale excesses 
of 2017. 
?ICJ: an estimated 600,000 Rohingya resident in 
Myanmar still remained highly vulnerable to 
attacks from the security forces. 
?Brutalities by the defence services amounted to 
crimes of genocide under the 1948 Genocide 
Convention. 
?Ms. Suu Kyi: 2017 violence was 
proportionate to the threat of insurgency.  
?Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army 
?She even questioned the G am bi a’ s standing 
to bring the suit, saying that there was no 
bilateral dispute.  
? M y a n m a r ’ s Foreign Ministry rejected IC J ’ s 
ruling 
?Ruling empowers the UN Security Council 
to prevail upon Myanmar to take 
appropriate measures for the rehabilitation 
and repatriation of displaced communities. 
It’s not yet Howdy, Modi! 
?Mr. Trump is scheduled to make this first visit 
to India next month. 
?Mr. Modi and Mr. Trump are shaking up the 
bilateral ties between the two countries, and 
the resultant flux could outlive their tenures. 
?Both leaders continuously reiterate that their 
predecessors were incapable of protecting 
national interest. 
?Both have a cultural and an economic agenda.  
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Justice for Rohingya 
?International Court of Justice 
?Unanimous ruling: prevention of alleged acts of 
genocide against Rohingya Muslims 
?Pinned legal responsibility on M y a n m a r’ s 
government for the m i l i t ar y ’ s large-scale excesses 
of 2017. 
?ICJ: an estimated 600,000 Rohingya resident in 
Myanmar still remained highly vulnerable to 
attacks from the security forces. 
?Brutalities by the defence services amounted to 
crimes of genocide under the 1948 Genocide 
Convention. 
?Ms. Suu Kyi: 2017 violence was 
proportionate to the threat of insurgency.  
?Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army 
?She even questioned the G am bi a’ s standing 
to bring the suit, saying that there was no 
bilateral dispute.  
? M y a n m a r ’ s Foreign Ministry rejected IC J ’ s 
ruling 
?Ruling empowers the UN Security Council 
to prevail upon Myanmar to take 
appropriate measures for the rehabilitation 
and repatriation of displaced communities. 
It’s not yet Howdy, Modi! 
?Mr. Trump is scheduled to make this first visit 
to India next month. 
?Mr. Modi and Mr. Trump are shaking up the 
bilateral ties between the two countries, and 
the resultant flux could outlive their tenures. 
?Both leaders continuously reiterate that their 
predecessors were incapable of protecting 
national interest. 
?Both have a cultural and an economic agenda.  
?They are now leading a national 
reawakening, and working hard for the 
hard-working people, they point out.  
?Both believe that national borders need to 
be strengthened by stricter monitoring and 
setting new bars for entry.  
?JOBS has been the loudest promise of both 
of them. 
?The notion of shared values of India and 
the U.S. has acquired a whole new meaning 
under Mr. Trump and Mr. Modi.  
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Justice for Rohingya 
?International Court of Justice 
?Unanimous ruling: prevention of alleged acts of 
genocide against Rohingya Muslims 
?Pinned legal responsibility on M y a n m a r’ s 
government for the m i l i t ar y ’ s large-scale excesses 
of 2017. 
?ICJ: an estimated 600,000 Rohingya resident in 
Myanmar still remained highly vulnerable to 
attacks from the security forces. 
?Brutalities by the defence services amounted to 
crimes of genocide under the 1948 Genocide 
Convention. 
?Ms. Suu Kyi: 2017 violence was 
proportionate to the threat of insurgency.  
?Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army 
?She even questioned the G am bi a’ s standing 
to bring the suit, saying that there was no 
bilateral dispute.  
? M y a n m a r ’ s Foreign Ministry rejected IC J ’ s 
ruling 
?Ruling empowers the UN Security Council 
to prevail upon Myanmar to take 
appropriate measures for the rehabilitation 
and repatriation of displaced communities. 
It’s not yet Howdy, Modi! 
?Mr. Trump is scheduled to make this first visit 
to India next month. 
?Mr. Modi and Mr. Trump are shaking up the 
bilateral ties between the two countries, and 
the resultant flux could outlive their tenures. 
?Both leaders continuously reiterate that their 
predecessors were incapable of protecting 
national interest. 
?Both have a cultural and an economic agenda.  
?They are now leading a national 
reawakening, and working hard for the 
hard-working people, they point out.  
?Both believe that national borders need to 
be strengthened by stricter monitoring and 
setting new bars for entry.  
?JOBS has been the loudest promise of both 
of them. 
?The notion of shared values of India and 
the U.S. has acquired a whole new meaning 
under Mr. Trump and Mr. Modi.  
?Mr. Modi commanded the wholehearted 
support of the Indian military and security 
establishment for his disruptive security 
and strategic steps at home and abroad. 
?India under Mr. Modi continues to push for 
more space for itself in global affairs by 
seeking a permanent seat in the UN 
Security Council and membership in the 
Nuclear Suppliers Group.  
?Mr. Trump has wrecked treaties such as the 
Paris climate agreement  + WTO etc 
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