“Too many people are still suffering too much,” Red Cross boss Maurer says.
The NLD party representatives are urged to work harder to win the public trust and public support.
Beijing urges government not to sign MOU in bid to lure Myanmar away from the West
International preoccupation with Rakhine means many other grave humanitarian issues in Myanmar are being overlooked
Local journalists given limited access to crisis-torn region amid accusations remains of Rohingya villages are being bulldozed
Hopes for peace dim as Tatmadaw deploys large force in Lu Thaw Township, threatening fragile ceasefire.
Authorities worried about security and welfare of suspects, who were wounded by police fire
Majority of Myanmar people don’t think such a probe would be fair, says president’s spokesperson
Editor refuses to back down; says national monk is a threat to the rule of law
From the ground, there are few signs that repatriation will begin soon.
Witnesses say attackers were from the same village
Returning refugees should be resettled in northern part of district, Union minister told.