Medecins Sans Frontieres says the first major survey on the scale of mortality was the ‘clearest indication yet of the widespread violence.’
An estimated 180,000 Rohingya remain in northern Rakhine, fearful after violence drove 650,000 to flee to Bangladesh, the ICRC says.
The pair was arrested Tuesday night in possession of government security reports detailing the fighting in Rakhine State, according to police.
Displaced persons housed at Sittwe stadium to be moved to make way for football tournament
Sen Gen Min Aung Hlaing praises troops’ actions in Rakhine; political comments criticized by analysts
Proposal calls on Naypyitaw to give the state a bigger slice of the oil-and-gas pie
Secretary of State Tillerson’s move suggests Washington believes Myanmar Govt, Military at Odds over Rakhine
U Ohn Maung says the state Parliament has been left out of the loop on the Union govt’s plans as reconstruction begins
Americans warned to be wary of demonstrations following “ethnic cleansing” charge
Tillerson statement will aggravate the situation, says Russian ambassador in Yangon
Statement from Tillerson marks Washington’s first use of the term
Rights group says a two-year investigation shows Rohingya are ‘caged without a roof,’ subject to institutionalized discrimination
After visit to Rakhine, they urge government to take responsibility for Rohingya crisis and tackle discrimination, poverty
Discussions to be Held with Bangladesh Foreign Minister on Return of Refugees
Activists have urged Trump to comment on the plight of the Rohingya, but some fear an offhand comment could further divide communities.