China has reportedly offered to step in as the two countries address the fate of tens of thousands of displaced Rohingya.
UN agency says government’s plan to move displaced Rohingya Muslims into new villages could ‘create further tensions.’
Letter signed by 23 international groups calls on overseas governments to urge Burma to accept UN mandate.
On trip to Bangladesh, Chinese special envoy Sun Guoxiang urges Dhaka to resolve the row with Burma bilaterally but says Beijing stands ready to help
Reconstruction of events finds an attack on an Arakan village marks the start of a two-week military onslaught across about 10 Rohingya villages.
The ‘Finding Home’ app effectively takes over one’s phone by recreating the mobile operating system of a Rohingya girl.
Arrests raise questions about unethical journalism, as police say the suspects received 800,000 kyats to take men without permits into lower Burma.
U Thaung Tun emphasizes the government’s plans for development in Arakan State and downplays intl reports of crimes against the Muslim minority.
National Security Adviser reiterates the State Counselor’s claim that “ethnic cleansing is too strong” to describe the crackdown in northern Arakan.
A police document shows children as young as 10 are among hundreds of Rohingya detained on charges of consorting with insurgents.
Burma’s leader tells the BBC ethnic cleansing is “too strong an expression to use for what is happening” in Arakan State.
Apparent reprisal killing puts spotlight on rising new threat to villagers’ safety; raises questions over policies on government-escorted visits.
Ata Ullah of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, who previously claimed responsibility for October border post attacks, denies links to foreign Islamists.
A former village administrator, a religious leader, and a teenager are among 17 persons on trial over alleged illegal military training in Arakan State.
Human rights commissioner calls for ‘overhaul of the system’ after data reveals 118 foreigners died in immigration detention centers from 2015-16.