Isolating the country’s most powerful institution could have harmful results, the government says.
Several Rohingya in Malaysia were arrested and charged over terrorist-related activities, a top policeman says.
Facebook removes accounts of military brass for spreading ethnic and religious hatred.
Rohingya refugees say they would rather die in Bangladesh than return to Myanmar under present conditions.
The People’s Party will field candidates in the 2020 general election.
U.N. agency warns of potential “lost generation” of Rohingya boys and girls.
Myanmar government launched brutal crackdown just days before Feast of Sacrifice, forcing refugees to flee.
The rights monitoring group interviewed six refugees in Bangladesh offered detailed accounts of abuses.
Though the Rohingya have been resettled in new homes, they say they need access to markets and schools.
Delegation visit was first to Rakhine state since thousands fled beginning in August 2017.
Chairperson Rosario Manalo says there will be ‘no blaming of anyone’ and ‘no finger-pointing.’
The chairman of Magwe’s NLD party says that people there have been defaming Aung San Suu Kyi in various ways.
They say that the MoU signed by the government and two UN agencies may not be the answer.
Instead, they will be called 'displaced persons from Rakhine state,' a Bangladeshi official says.
A leaked copy of the confidential agreement provides new information about Myanmar’s repatriation plans.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s office alleges a ‘lack of fairness and transparency’ in the court’s proceedings.
They say the government must grant their staff access to communities in the state and address the root causes of the crisis.
Activists note the 1988 movement’s accomplishments, but say further democratic changes are needed.
Residents seek shelter in Buddhist monasteries after a new clash erupts near Pangkut village in Namtu township.
More than 1,200 Hindus are living in refugee camps in the townships of Maungdaw and Sittwe.
Fearing new fighting, villagers take shelter in Buddhist monasteries and in relatives' homes.
Many fear the effort to probe a campaign the UN has called “ethnic cleansing” will repeat a pattern of whitewashing documented atrocities.
Eight states and divisions hit as rescuers call for more boats and warn of food shortfalls.
The landslide is the latest in a series of deadly waste-heap collapses in Hpakant in recent years.
Meanwhile, a statue planned for Kayah state will be built in spite of local opposition, a state leader says.
A report by the rights group says it has found ‘reasonable grounds’ that atrocities committed against civilians constitute genocide and crimes against humanity.
The armed forces have transferred the acreage to the government to give back to its owners, but there have been delays.
An ethnic militia accuses the government army of killing the women and dumping their bodies in a forested area.
The country's civilian government must work harder to resolve claims and prevent further abuses, the rights group says.
ARSA insurgents were involved in some of the brutal killings, refugees allege.