Two Reuters reporters jailed in Myanmar freed after more than 500 days
Confiscated ivory and other animal parts are displayed before being destroyed during a ceremony to mark World Wildlife Day in Yangon, Myanmar on Sunday.
Multiple people were injured after a hot air balloon loaded with fireworks exploded onto a crowd at a festival in Myanmar.
Those responsible for atrocities against Rohingya Muslims must be held accountable before peace can blossom in Myanmar.
Calls for Myanmar to release convicted journalists
Myanmar’s army killed Muslim Rohingyas with ‘genocidal intent’, says UN human rights investigators.
That's the stark warning from the United Nations. It's exactly one year ago when 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar, fleeing a brutal crackdown by the military
Myanmar authorities destroyed a year's worth of confiscated drugs on Tuesday, with an estimated street value of 180 million US dollars.
Myanmar says it has repatriated the first family of refugees from its mainly Muslim Rohingya minority, after some 700,000 fled to Bangladesh to escape a military crackdown
Predecessor resigns through illness
The UK"s foreign secretary and Myanmar's de facto leader meet to discuss the Rohingya crisis which has displaced nearly 700,000 people
The journalists had been arrested in connection with reporting on the situation in Rakhine state, where 688,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled an army crackdown on insurgents since late August, according to estimates by the United Nations.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who were covering the country's Rohingya crisis, have been charged with violating the official secrets act.
A wildlife conservation craft group donated the blankets to help the animals deal with falling temperatures
At least 730 of those killed were children under the age of five
A senior UN official tells the Security Council of reports of horrific sexual violence against Rohingya minority in Myanmar and calls on the Council to visit the region. Myanmar says claims of crimes against humanity are unsubstantiated.
Media and medical sources substantiate claims of rape being used as instrument of terror in expulsion of Muslim Rohingyas from Buddhist Myanmar.
Pope Francis failed to mention Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority as he stood on stage with the country’s civilian leader, Aung San Suu Kyi.
Whilst Pope Francis carefully avoids using the word "Rohingya" in his speech, a UN committee pulls no punches in calling for an "exceptional report".
He failed to mention the ethnic group who’ve been forced to flee to Bangladesh amid accusations of ethnic cleansing.
Pope Francis has touched down in Myanmar where discussions are likely to focus on the 600,000 Rohingya Muslims displaced by ethnic violence
Pope Francis left Rome on Sunday (November 26) evening - his next stop Myanmar. Awaiting him in the staunchly Buddhist country, a small but eager Catholic community and a potential diplomatic minefield after the military's brutal crackdown on Myanmar's ethnic Rohinga.
Pope Francis is due to visit Myanmar amid international concerns over the plight of Rohingya Muslim refugees
Amnesty International says Myanmar’s treatment of Rohingya Muslims amounts to apartheid, a crime against humanity.
Rohingya Muslims have been telling their horrifying accounts to Save the Children.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called for a credible investigation into reports of human rights abuses against Rohingya Muslims by Myanmar's security forces.