The alleged killings of nearly 300 people—mostly civilians—by troops in Rakhine in 2017 will be investigated and courts-martial will be conducted, the military said.
Bangladesh police have arrested eight suspected traffickers in Cox’s Bazar over Tuesday’s boat sinking in the Bay of Bengal that killed 15 Rohingya women and children.
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.
‘An artillery shell fell onto my cowshed… Naval vessels fired the shells,’ Rohingya villager says after attack that killed a teenage boy and left two others hurt.
The UN Security Council failed to agree on a statement urging Myanmar to follow the ICJ’s provisional steps in the Rohingya genocide case, as China and Vietnam objected.
Bangladeshi police shot and killed a Rohingya refugee suspected of robbery hours after an early shooting in Nayapara Camp left a dozen Rohingya wounded.
Dr. Salai Ngun Cung Lian of the Myanmar Institute for Peace and Study says Myanmar’s lawyers failed to challenge genocide charges at the International Court of Justice.
In a sign that it wants to expedite the Rohingya genocide case, the ICJ has given The Gambia and Myanmar an unexpectedly brief six months each to file their pleadings.
Dhaka police have arrested two human traffickers and freed 13 Rohingya women they say were to be sold into sex work in Malaysia after being lured from Cox’s Bazar camps.
The Arakan Army and Myanmar’s military blame each other for an artillery shell that killed two young women when it landed in a village in northern Rakhine.
The Irrawaddy publishes highlights of a summary, issued by the President’s Office, of the still-unreleased Independent Commission of Enquiry report.
Responding to the ICJ’s imposition of provisional measures against Myanmar, the government has reiterated its stance that there was no genocide against the Rohingya.
Writing in the Financial Times, Myanmar’s State Counselor has cast doubt on the international justice system’s ability to get to the truth of the Rohingya crisis.
In a blow to State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the International Court of Justice has approved provisional measures to protect the Rohingya.
Making her final trip to the region as the UN rapporteur on rights in Myanmar, Yanghee Lee has called on China and Russia to seek accountability for the Rohingya crisis.