Then on September 13, the show aired a brief clip of the United Nations chief calling on Myanmar authorities to end the violence, which Woodruff followed with "Myanmar claims that it's only reacting to attacks by Rohingya insurgents". "We are urgently appealing for more funds", he said. That number has now tripled to almost 380,000 and people are arriving hungry and malnourished and finding shelter in makeshift settlements or with host communities.
On the border separating Bangladesh from Myanmar, thousands of Rohingya Muslim families remain in limbo after escaping from the threat of attack. "There may be many terrorists who were involved" in the attacks last month, Aung Lynn said. In a statement, Security Council "expressed deep concern" about the situation in Rakhine State.
After a Rohingya insurgent group attacked police posts in Myanmar's Rakhine state on August 25, the military responded with "clearance operations". However, since she has taken over the post of Foreign Minister and State Counsellor of Myanmar, she has been in the center of global criticism for her support for the military's actions against Rohingya minorities. The chief of United Nations human rights, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, has named it as ' a textbook example of ethnic cleansing'.