The investigation made headlines long before it was published.
Hearings are continuing against Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo to determine if they will be charged under the Official Secrets Act.
Government spokesperson Zaw Htay did not deny the allegations and said the government would investigate if presented with evidence of human rights violations.
"The Reuters investigation of the Inn Din massacre was what prompted Myanmar police authorities to arrest two of the news agency's reporters", the news agency said in the report. Bound together, the 10 Rohingya captives watched their Buddhist neighbors dig a grave. According to NPR, more than 6,700 Rohingya Muslims were killed in a single month in the Rakhine State alone.
This additional aid specifically targets the Rohingya Muslim community, several hundred thousand of whom are living in camps in Bangladesh after being persecuted in neighbouring Myanmar.
Those refugees have shared credible stories of horrifying massacres, systematic rapes by soldiers, and the burnings of entire villages.
Photographs acquired on the scene, along with testimonies from Rohingya refugees, were used in the latest Associated Press report on the use of mass graves to hide the Myanmar massacre of Rohingya prisoners.
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The new Reuters story, in its graphic, disturbing content, is in line with the previous accounts of atrocities in Rakhine state. According to the Associated Press, Berset said the return of Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Myanmar must be voluntary.
"This account also marks the first time soldiers and paramilitary police have been implicated by testimony from security personnel themselves".
Quoting interviews with Buddhist villagers, Reuters said the Myanmar military had organized other villagers to torch Rohingya homes, while anonymous military sources confirmed they'd been ordered to "clear" Rohingya hamlets in Inn Din.
"The slain men's families, now sheltering in Bangladesh refugee camps, identified the victims through photographs shown to them by Reuters".
The group of murdered men have been named as Dil Mohammed, 35, Nur Mohammed, 29, Shoket Ullah, 35, Habizu, 40, and Shaker Ahmed, 45, who were fishermen and fish sellers; high school students Abul Hashim, 17, and Rashid Ahmed, 18; storekeepers Abul Hashim, 25, and Abdul Majid, 45; and Islamic teacher Abdul Malik, 30.
The controversial report also includes photographs of the mass grave sites that were taken by Wa Lone, one of the journalists detained for working on the Myanmar massacre story.
However, the military claims the men were members of a group of 200 "terrorists" who had attacked security forces. However, their statement doesn't match any account of the killings that Reuters heard from paramilitary forces or local villagers.
Instead, the men had been selected from hundreds of Rohingya men, women and children who fled the systematic torching of their village and sought safety on a beach, witnesses told Reuters.