"The chamber hereby authorises the commencement of an
investigation into the situation in Bangladesh/Myanmar."
Perhaps most desperate of all are the 128,000 Rohingya, more than half of them children, who have been confined since 2012 in the de facto detention camps. The camps are [...] under the control of Camp Management Committees that regulate every aspect of their lives, and dependent on aid handouts.
Thousands of Rohingya refugees staying in camps in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar gathered on Sunday for a "genocide day special prayers" rally.
This Sunday marks two years since over 740,000 Rohingya people fled northwest Rakhine State when the Myanmar military launched operations there.
Hundreds of monks and their supporters marched in Myanmar on Thursday to protest against the issuing of an arrest warrant for a high-profile, firebrand preacher for criticism of the government.
A Myanmar National Airlines flight landed safely at Mandalay airport on Sunday after landing gear problems forced it to touch down without the use of its front wheel.
Two Reuters reporters jailed in Myanmar freed after more than 500 days
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Confiscated ivory and other animal parts are displayed before being destroyed during a ceremony to mark World Wildlife Day in Yangon, Myanmar on Sunday.
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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.