Rohingya Muslims in The Hague, Netherlands, gathered Wednesday to protest Burma’s junta regime, as the International Court of Justice or ICJ resumed hearing the Rohingya genocide case.
Protesters held banners and chanted slogans demanding justice.
The top U.N. court on Monday resumed the hearing in the case against Burma in which the junta regime is representing the Southeast Asian nation.
Burma, which is accused of committing genocide of the Rohingya people, presented its objections before the ICJ judges.
The court has been hearing the case brought by Gambia in November of 2019, accusing Burma of violating the Genocide Convention in its crackdown of the Rohingya people two years earlier.