human rights group amnesty international has described the situation of rohingya muslims in myanmar‘s rakhine state as a form of apartheid. in a new reportjust released, amnesty calls their treatment a crime against humanity — and says the authorities need to eliminate discrimination. another american media personality, charlie rose, has been suspended by his television networks over allegations of sexual harassment. mr rose has apologised for what he said was "inappropriate behaviour," but added that he didn't believe all the allegations against him were accurate. now on bbc news... hardtalk. welcome to hardtalk. i'm stephen sackur. after 37 years in power, maybe it isn't surprising that robert mugabe cannot accept zimba bwe‘s new reality. but no amount of playing for time will save his presidency now. the mugabe era is over. the question is what comes next? will it be a continuation of zanu—pf‘s oppresive rule overseen by mugabe's former cronies? or will the country's politics open up in new and unpredictable ways? well, my guest is ibbo mandaza, former governmen
programme: a new report from amnesty international is expected to accuse the myanmar military of crimes against humanity in rakhine state. more than two years after nepal's devastating earthquake, the un ways temple restoration work is just not good enough.
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