(Amnesty International) – Since the end of August 2017, the Rohingya population in northern Rakhine State has been subjected to systematic, organized and ruthless attacks. The Myanmar Army, often working with the Border Guard Police and local vigilantes, has killed hundreds of women, men and children, raped women and girls, and burned entire Rohingya villages to the ground. They have also laid inherently indiscriminate landmines near the border with Bangladesh, killing and injuring civilians.