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TEHRAN, Sept. 7 (Xinhua) -- Iran's foreign minister on Thursday criticized the international community for remaining silent on the violence towards Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

"The international community has no excuse to allow the genocide of Rohingya Muslims to continue in front of our eyes," Press TV quoted Mohammad Javad Zarif as saying.

Zarif urged prompt international action to address the plight of Rohingya Muslims, saying "We must act now before it's too late."

The Rohingya
, one of the world's largest stateless communities, are fleeing in droves toward Bangladesh, trying to escape the latest surge in violence in Rakhine state between a shadowy militant group and Myanmar's military.

The UN refugee agency said that more than 3,000 Rohingya Muslims had reached Bangladesh over the past days, as people told of how they fled for their lives from Myanmar's army.

On Thursday
, the Iranian Red Crescent Society said it has set up a working group to help the Myanmar Muslims following an order by President Hassan Rouhani.

Hamid Jamaloddini, the society's spokesman, said consignments of vital relief aid and medical items are ready to be dispatched to Myanmar.

He also expressed the society's readiness to help relocate those in urgent need.

Earlier, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said that Myanmar's violent crackdown of Rohingya Muslims is nothing short of an "ethnic cleansing."

Rouhani on Wednesday urged the Myanmar government to put an end to "vicious crimes" against Rohingya Muslims.

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By Maria Spiliopoulou
, Valentini Anagnostopoulou

ATHENS, June 26 (Xinhua) -- Tones of garbage are piling up in Athens and other major cities as a nationwide protest against job cuts called by unions representing municipal sanitation workers entered its second week on Monday.

The government and strikers have failed to reach a deal in several rounds of talks, fuelling public health concerns especially amid rising temperatures.

An Athens prosecutor launched on Monday a probe into whether anyone should be charged of putting into risk public health, Greek national news agency AMNA reported, as the latest symbolic march of protesters in the center of Athens ended inconclusive.

Greece's local authority staff union federation POE-OTA launched the protest last week
, after a court ruled against the new extension to late 2017 of the short- term contracts of more than 10,000 people working in trash collection in municipalities throughout Greece.

POE-OTA responded with work stoppages, strikes, and sit-in protests at landfills, demanding permanent employment of workers to replace the fixed-term contracts
, which put workers in risk of being fired in a country suffering chronic unemployment of about 25 percent of the working force.

However, the proposal the Interior Ministry submitted to the parliament on Monday for hiring of 2,500 permanent municipal sanitation workers, was immediately rejected by POE-OTA as insufficient.

"Given that sanitation services are a daily operation in urban centers, we request permanent personnel earning salaries allowing them to make a living with dignity. There is no need for short-term workers which are recycled by governments and mayors under the formula 'You leave
, you are hired'. As a result, each time people are offered fewer workers' rights and smaller wages," Christos Panagiotopoulos, a protesting worker told Xinhua on Monday.

With the protest going on, tones of garbage are piling up in cities' streets. And the rising temperature
, which soared to 38 degrees Celsius in the mainland, made the situation worse.

Although the situation is becoming more and more hard to bear, POE-OTA President Nikos Trakas told Xinhua that protesters are determined to continue and step up their mobilization.

And a 24-hour strike and a new rally in Athens was called for Thursday.

"We ask people to stand by our side, to support our struggle. We are doing whatever we can. We cannot allow citizens to be forced to pay three or four times higher for the garbage collection. There is no other road for us. We call on all employees nationwide to participate in Thursday's labor action," Trakas said.

POE-OTA argues that the government plans to replace the short-term workers for garbage collection with private firms.

Manolis Skoulas
, a former construction worker who has struggled with unemployment after the sector collapsed during the seven-year debt crisis, is one of the temporary workers facing the prospect of dismissal.

"Work is all we are asking for, what is self-explanatory across the world, just job positions so we can feed our families," he told Xinhua during Monday's protest.

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