Two international aid officials who were granted access to the area in the far west of the country said they had found evidence of a mass killing.
Human rights group Fortify Rights claims a series of attacks took place over five days last week.
The government and local officials have strongly denied claims of a massacre.
The latest development follows reports of clashes between Rohingyas and the police in the Maungdaw township over the past month.
It is thought tensions initially arose amid reports that several Rohingyas had been killed trying to flee over the border into Bangladesh.
Things escalated after a local policeman was reported missing, presumed killed.
Local Rakhine Buddhists aided by the security forces are then reported to have taken part in bloody…
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