Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen vowed to assist the people of Hong Kong as renewed protests erupted in the city against Beijing’s plans to impose harsher security laws.
Thai police in Mae Sot have detained 15 Rohingya from Myanmar’s Rakhine State for illegal entry; they are believed to have been heading for Malaysia.
Police in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh have killed seven Rohingya members of a gang allegedly engaged in drug and human trafficking.
At least 15 Rohingya refugees were killed, 73 were rescued and many more were missing early Tuesday after a fishing boat capsized en route to Malaysia from Cox’s Bazar.
Whether it’s to celebrate their history, find long-lost loved ones or just enjoy the festivities, people flock to Shan State National Day from all corners of the region
Bangladeshi police shot and killed a Rohingya refugee suspected of robbery hours after an early shooting in Nayapara Camp left a dozen Rohingya wounded.
Bangladesh’s border chief has told a police delegation from Myanmar that instability and crime will grow while 1.1 million Rohingya refugees remain near the border.
In this election year, we must be honest about the scope of the challenges that Myanmar faces, but let’s also continue to hope for progress toward peace and prosperity.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP concedes defeat in Jharkhand state election amid a deadly wave of protests against a new citizenship law deemed anti-Muslim.
Indian PM Modi denies citizenship law is anti-Muslim, leads rally in New Delhi as opposition protests turn deadly.
History shows us that extreme nationalism breeds violence and misery; it must not be allowed to take root in Myanmar.
Indian police fire warnings shots and tear gas as protests against new citizenship law continue in New Delhi and West Bengal.
The military says it has seized 173 ‘Bengali’ refugees in a vessel sailing through Myanmar’s waters on its way to Malaysia.
Myanmar is unique in that it plays a role in both of New Delhi’s two major foreign policy initiatives—‘Act East’ and ‘Neighborhood First’—says Ambassador Saurabh Kuma
Washington imposes sanctions against Myanmar military chief Sen-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, Vice Sen-Gen Soe Win and two other generals for treatment of Rohingya Muslims.