The state counselor doesn’t acknowledge the violence that Rohingya Muslims have endured at the hands of the Myanmar military.
Students delivering aid to Rakhine meanwhile accuse international media of biased reporting from the region.
Myanmar's Ministry of Foreign Affairs notes the Aug. 25 attacks were launched a day after release of the Commission's report.
Mine explosions killed at least four people in the past few days, Bangladeshi officials said.
Police fire rubber bullets to disperse the crowd of nearly 400, sources say.
U.N.’s human rights chief says evidence points to campaign of ethnic cleansing in Rakhine.
Residents meanwhile say Muslims did not set their own homes on fire.
One fourth of the Muslim population of Myanmar’s Rakhine state has left since Aug. 25.
Interfaith group visit to Rakhine to promote dialogue is met with protests.
Officials in southeastern Bangladesh say refugees have been shot dead, injured in landmine blasts.
Violence comes as leader Aung San Suu Kyi claims 'fake news photographs' are misleading world about the conflict.
The number of new refugees from Myanmar soars past 120,000, U.N. says.
Humanitarian resources are becoming strained under the pressure of new refugee arrivals, U.N. says.
The new death toll suggests fighting is some of the worst seen in the region in years.
More than 27,000 Rohingya have crossed into Bangladesh from Myanmar within the past seven days, diplomatic sources say.
About 18,000 Rohingya crossed into Bangladesh in the last week, the IOM says.