YANGON - Myanmar will allow international observers to inspect the site of the alleged killings of more than 40 Rohingya Muslims, a government spokesman said Friday.
"They can have a chance to ask questions and inspect the area freely,'' said Ye Htut, a spokesman for the office of Myanmar President Thein Sein.
He provided no further details and repeated the government's denial of the reported incidents in the northwest of the country.
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