Rohingya’s teens seek counselling to cope with Myanmar brutality

Rohingya’s teens seek counselling to cope with Myanmar brutality
 

Memories of the day in October that changed the life of teenager Mohammed Riaz for ever come in vivid flashbacks, when it’s dark and quiet.
State forces arrived in his village in the Buthidaung township of Myanmar. Officers entered the family home, raped and killed his two elder sisters and shot his brother dead.
Mohammed, 17, and his mother managed to get out of the house. “I was so scared. It happened so quickly. Even if I wanted to rescue them, I was so scared. I wanted to do something,” he said through an interpreter.
Biplop, 18, who goes only by one name, has nightmares following an... read more

 
10 March 2018 in World News, Views: 46
Source: Guardian
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