Gambia: The International Court of Justice must stop the genocide in Myanmar

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Gambia’s Minister of Justice Abu Bakr Tambado said on Tuesday that United Nations International Court of Justice judges should take action to stop the ongoing genocide of the minority Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

“All that the Gambia requires is to tell Myanmar to desist from these brutal killings,” Tambadou added in an opening statement to the court. To stop these barbaric and brutal acts that terrified and still frighten our collective conscience. To stop this genocide of its citizens.”


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