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.
US not labelling atrocities against Rohingya as genocide
What happens when your community becomes outnumbered by a sudden wave of refugees? On the border with Myanmar, Bangladeshi communities are discovering that. with aid, co-operation, not exclusion, is the way forward.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi has publicly defended the verdict against two journalists who were jailed while investigating the killing of Rohingya Muslims
Those responsible for atrocities against Rohingya Muslims must be held accountable before peace can blossom in Myanmar.
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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.
UN Security Council envoys began a four-day visit to Bangladesh and Myanmar on Saturday to see firsthand the aftermath of a Myanmar military crackdown that Britain, the United States and others have denounced as ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims.
A boat carrying 76 Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution in Myanmar has arrived in Indonesia. Rights group fear more members of the Muslim minority will attempt the dangerous sea-crossing.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull has vowed to talk human rights with embattled Myanmar leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, who has faced widespread condemnation for the treatment of Rohingya Muslims.
The assessment by the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights comes more than six months after insurgent attacks sparked a security response by Myanmar that has driven nearly 700,000 people into Bangladesh.
More than five mass graves reportedly found in a village in Myanmar following an investigation by the Associated Press news agency.
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.
The UN warns 'major challenges' must be overcome as Myanmar and Bangladesh announce a two-year plan to repatriate Rohingya Muslims.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who were covering the country's Rohingya crisis, have been charged with violating the official secrets act.
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.
Pope Francis visited a home for the outcast, destitute and orphaned in Bangladesh before meeting with muslim refugees from Myanmar, when he finally used the term "Rohingya".
Pope Francis had an emotional meeting with Muslim refugees from Myanmar in Bangladesh, using the word Rohingya to describe them for the first time on his Asia trip
Around 150,000 people attended the religious ceremony.
Pope Francis staunchly defended the rights of ethnic minorities in a speech during his first mass in 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.