Rights experts say the Tatmadaw cannot be trusted to investigate and try its own men.
Rights activists say escape attempts will continue until the root causes of the Rohingya exodus are addressed.
The military and the Arakan Army blame each other for the death of a Rohingya man in Buthidaung township.
UN experts sound a warning on rising casualties among children in Rakhine.
A senior official says farmers will receive compensation for land, crops, and lost livelihoods.
Many workers are afraid to approach authorities because they are working illegally in China.
Ethnic groups say the military always finds excuses to cling to power.
Activists say they must be treated well under Myanmar’s International Court of Justice obligations.
Ethnic leaders, meanwhile, say the ruling party has not kept pledges to address their issues.
Government soldiers routinely block vehicles from transporting injured villagers to hospitals, locals say.
Dozens missing, at least 15 bodies recovered after boat sank in Bay of Bengal, survivors and officials told BenarNews.
The Buddhists were angry about references to ‘hate speech’ in reports on their rally.
Villagers are fleeing constant firing of heavy artillery by Myanmar military, a lawmaker says.
The pair faces charges under the country’s Unlawful Associations Act.
Some observers say the outgoing minister was seen as too close to Aung San Suu Kyi.
Myanmar authorities are still working to determine the places of origin of 20 others.
Government forces say they are using unmanned aerial vehicles to survey land for roadwork.
Some say Myanmar’s compliance with an international court will help fix its reputation.
With roads closed, most go back on foot, staying shelters set up by Chinese aid groups along the way.
Some 70,000 Muslims face few job prospects, travel curbs, and violence from ongoing fighting.
Rights groups tie the new service blackout to an order by the UN’s top court concerning Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims.
“Justice will be done,” a prosecutor with the International Criminal Court tells reporters in Bangladesh.
Muslims who were expelled in 2017 are trying to rebuild in places were their homes were destroyed.
The government-appointed Independent Commission of Enquiry enjoys little support outside the country.
Muslims, Christian refugees lodge police complaints against each other.
Dreams of a good life are spoiled by crowded, poor living conditions, NGO official says.
Many actions by the military in ethnic areas ‘constituted war crimes,’ says Amnesty International.
Pledge comes a week after the International Court of Justice orders Myanmar to take measures to protect Rohingya Muslims.
While not finalized, the plan would require classes to follow the Myanmar curriculum.
Refugees will be sent back to their makeshift homes “when the tense situation is over,” official says.