Yanghee Lee tells UK broadcaster that Rakhine operation bears ‘hallmarks’ of genocide.
Missing pair were detained by soldiers in Maing Hkawng area, family says
The US described Myanmar’s denials of ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims as “preposterous” as it called on the UN Security Council to hold the military accountable.
Bound together, 10 Rohingya Muslim captives watched their Buddhist neighbors dig a shallow grave. Soon afterwards, all 10 lay dead.
Migrant workers who accused a Thai chicken farm of a litany of abuses went on trial for defamation in a landmark case between workers and an employer.
Police Second Lieutenant Tin Htwe Oo told a court he burned his original notes, but gave no reason for doing so.
USDP member blames festering crisis on government’s failure to assert illegitimacy of Rohingya’s ethnic status.
Lawyers Demand Action be Taken Against Nationalists in Threatening “Eat well” T-Shirts
US deeply troubled by new reports of mass graves in Rakhine State, where the military has been accused of atrocities against minority Rohingya Muslims.
The International Commission of Jurists expressed concern over a terrorist list published by the Myanmar govt, stating that it puts lives at risk.
U Ko Ni’s family, colleagues and friends remember his strong principles and compassion, and continue his fight for justice and equality.
The three men led a protest against the Tatmadaw’s alleged arbitrary killing of a civilian and three soldiers.
Fighting between the KIA and Myanmar Army has caused some 1,000 IDPs to flee in fear.
Still no probe into police shootings, even as authorities in Rakhine arrest hospitalized protesters amid climate of fear
The calls come as Bangladesh delays repatriation of the Rohingya, as the process of compiling and verifying the list of people to be sent back was incomplete.