While working on the Myanmar massacre story in Rakhine state, the two Reuters journalists were arrested by Myanmarese authorities.
Reuters said it asked government spokersperson U Zaw Htay about the evidence it had uncovered and he replied, "We are not denying the allegations about violations of human rights".
There was no immediate comment from the government following the publication of the report.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for the release of the two detained journalists and continues to press for that, Haq said.
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"We believe that the ongoing court proceedings will demonstrate their innocence and they will be able to return to their jobs reporting on events in Myanmar".
"When Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were first arrested, our primary focus was on their safety".
In what worldwide observers including the United Nations have said amounts to ethnic cleansing, the Myanmar military and militias have since driven out hundreds of thousands of the country's Rohingya minority in a campaign of killings, burning and rape.
Reports from Doctors Without Borders suggest that the Rakhine State, situated on the western coast of Myanmar, was where the conflict that led to the Myanmar massacre originally erupted. Since August, more than 688,000 members of the Muslim Rohingya minority have been displaced from northern Rakhine into Bangladesh, fleeing a campaign of violence by Myanmar's military that top United Nations officials have called "ethnic cleansing" with "elements of genocide". According to NPR's Jason Beaubien, the conditions in most of these refugee camps are "dire".
And last week, The Associated Press published a report on the use of mass graves to hide systematic executions of Rohingya prisoners, pulling from photographs and testimony from refugees.
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Disturbing photographs have shed light on a massacre of 10 Rohingya men shot and hacked to death as violence in Myanmar gathered momentum in September.
Berset made this statement on Tuesday while visiting refugee camps in Bangladesh to talk to Rohingya Muslim refugees who had fled violence in Myanmar.
The account marks the first time soldiers and paramilitary police have been implicated in violence against the Rohingya by testimony from security personnel themselves, Reuters said.
The military had said the slain men belonged to a group of Rohingya "terrorists", but Reuters reported that the men were "fishermen, shopkeepers ... two teenage students and an Islamic teacher", who had been picked out of a group of hundreds of Rohingya villagers, according to witnesses. The man said he wanted transparency, as well as to prevent such killings in the future, the report said.
The story also includes photographs of the mass grave site that were taken by Wa Lone. Villagers interviewed by Reuters said there was no attack by a large number of security forces in in Inn Din.
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Credit: AP Photo / Manish Swarup Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh.