Choose Your News
Loading...
Thumbnail
State continues to deny genocide accusations and borrows US President's most enduring catchphrase - despite White House condemnation of 'ethnic cleansing'... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Evidence of the Rohingya Muslims' history in Myanmar is being systematically eradicated. One prominent Rohingya asks, "How can they pretend we are nothing?" [Read More]
Thumbnail
An announcement brings a vague commitment to repatriate migrants who fled death and destruction at the hands of Myanmar's military. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Visiting Myanmar's capital, he called the violence "crimes against humanity," and said that targeted sanctions against individuals might be called for. [Read More]
Thumbnail
Once a vital American war base, the city is host to an APEC summit where Vietnam will reaffirm warmer ties with the United States and... [Read More]
Thumbnail
"We all have to try our best to live peacefully," said Myanmar's civilian leader, who has been faulted for not condemning the military's atrocities in... [Read More]
Thumbnail
Claims that atrocities were staged, along with stark hate speech against Rohingya Muslims, are blaring out from social media and official statements. [Read More]
Thumbnail
The killings in 1965-66 played to anti-Communist attitudes, and U.S. diplomats mostly stayed silent while tallying the deaths, documents show. [Read More]
In Yangon, Myanmar's commercial capital, where the diplomatic corps is based, there is reluctance to call to task publicly either the military or the civilian... [Read More]
As the humanitarian crisis for Rohingya Muslims worsens, envoys are reluctant to criticize Aung San Suu Kyi even though they seem to have been frozen... [Read More]
The ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya reveals what the world didn't understand about Aung San Suu Kyi. [Read More]
Can a Nobel be revoked? Aung San Suu Kyi, a Much-Changed Icon, Evades Rohingya Accusations... [Read More]
Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate and de facto leader of Myanmar, stood before a room of government officials and foreign dignitaries... [Read More]
The de facto leader of Burma, speaking to the world in crisp English, on Tuesday refused to criticize her nation's military, which has been accused... [Read More]
After skipping the United Nations assembly, the de facto leader of Myanmar is instead giving her speech at home. But the massacre of Rohingya continues. [Read More]
"You cannot help everyone, so you tell yourself that documenting their suffering is a form of aid." [Read More]
Rohingya will not be permitted to leave the camp, even to live with family or friends. They will also be barred from travelling by vehicle... [Read More]
Bangladesh, facing an unprecedented influx of ethnic Rohingya, plans to build a vast camp to house about 400,000 refugees who have poured into the country... [Read More]
The new settlements will be built in the next 10 days on 2,000 acres near the border to house the thousands who have fled from... [Read More]
Reports that Myanmar had placed mines along the countries' shared border led Bangladesh to issue a protest and demand "immediate measures to de-escalate" the crisis. [Read More]
Loading...
Preview