Talking to reporters here, Tillerson also likened the violence against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims to ethnic cleansing.
The government has said that 176 out of 471, or 37.4 per cent of all Rohingya villages were now empty of people, and an additional 34 villages were "partially abandoned". "Combined with those who fled during the last round of violence in Rakhine State last October, it is estimated that some 40% of the total Rohingya population living in Rakhine state have now fled into Bangladesh".
The number of Rohingya refugees pouring into Bangladesh since August 25 is nearing 400,000, and United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres seems exasperated.
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On a visit to London where he met British Prime Minister Theresa May and foreign minister, Boris Johnson, he told a news conference: "I think it is a defining moment in many ways for this new, emerging democracy". It is important the global community speaks out in support of what we all know the expectation is in terms of the treatment of people regardless of their ethnicity.
"I think nobody wants to see a return to military rule in (Myanmar), nobody wants to see a return of the generals", he said, adding that Nobel Peace Prize laureate Suu Kyi should use her moral capital to highlight the plight of the Rohingya.
Thant Myo Htway, one of the protestors, said "We strongly condemn the actions of ARSA Bengali extremist terrorists that damages our nation's sovereignty".
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Earlier on Thursday the European Parliament passed a resolution calling on the "military and security forces in Myanmar to immediately cease the killings, harassment, and rape of the Rohingya people, and the burning of their homes".
Aung San Suu Kyi will give a public address next week on the crisis involving Burma's Rohingya minority, her spokesman has said. Observers say the violence is being carried out by the Burmese military.
The Muslim Rohingyas have been fleeing from Myanmar (Burma) by the thousands.
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