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Myanmar's army says 17 additional bodies have been found. AFP

YANGON (AFP) – Searchers yesterday found 17 more bodies in mass graves in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, the government  said, a day after the bodies of 28 Hindu villagers were exhumed in what the army says is evidence of a massacre by Muslim Rohingya militants.  On Sunday the army said it had discovered two mud pits filled with 28 Hindu corpses outside the village of Ye Baw Kyaw. Seventeen more bodies were found yesterday, said government spokesman Zaw Htay. Ni Maul,
a Hindu leader who joined the search, said the new corpses were of Hindu men  buried in two pits near the other grave sites.

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