Win Myat Aye says the government is prepared to accept those who want to return to northern Rakhine state.
The Reuters reporters are accused of illegally possessing government documents on the crisis in northern Rakhine state.
The move follows the signing of an agreement with ASEAN members in November that protects the rights of migrant workers.
The explosions are the latest attacks by unknown persons in the violence-ridden region.
Unidentified people are using social media to spread false information that President Htin Kyaw will soon resign.
The NGO warns that the situation could spawn cross-border violence with Bangladesh and recruitment by jihadists.
Auto pistons and iron pipes used to make improvised explosive devices are discovered in Kyaut Pandu village.
The UN’s top human rights official says the systematic discrimination and atrocities against the group may include elements of genocide.
The local government is providing them with temporary housing, but they are having difficulty finding work.
The military wants to prevent rice and gas from getting into the hands of ‘illegal’ mine operators.
“The presence of God today is also called Rohingya,” pontiff says.
The Kachin Independence Army accuses the government military of launching an offensive against its Battalion 14.