ONCE upon a time, a fearless daughter stood up against a powerful military dictator. The year was 1988. Aung San Suu...
As govts exhibit an increasing tendency towards authoritarianism, the climate for journalists is growing more hostile.
She didn’t have to say this was an iceberg of misinformation, says UN rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein.
A UN fact-finding mission says the country's army chief and five other senior brass must be investigated for atrocities.
The fact-finding mission's call amounts to some of the strongest language yet from UN officials on the issue.
Findings from Save the Children dash long-standing belief that thousands of 'lost' children might reunite with parents.
Prayers were offered in makeshift mosques across southern Bangladesh to celebrate the Islamic festival of sacrifice.
"The Rohingya are one of the most discriminated against and vulnerable communities on Earth," says Antonio Guterres.
Myanmar is accused of waging a crackdown in Rakhine state that forced 700,000 to flee.
Most of Tuesday's victims were buried under mud when surrounding hills gave way after a deluge.
Soldiers targeted the educated so there would be no community leaders left to speak up against the pervasive abuse.
Among the many Rohingya rape victims are those whose babies will be born this month.
At only 10, it was Nurul Amin's first time as a refugee in 1991.
Refugees, rights groups say Myanmar’s army and vigilantes systematically raped, during “clearance operations” in Rakhine
UN chief says assaults were allegedly perpetrated by Myanmar Armed Forces during military ‘clearance’ operations.
Win Myat Aye meets some Rohingya community leaders, but declines to answer questions from reporters.
The families, set to fill up the land vacated by the Rohingya, have been promised free land, food and citizenship.
Rohingya lost legal status in 1982, under a junta-era Citizenship Law. Now their ancestral lands are being taken away.
One recently arrived refugee says village was surrounded by Buddhist vigilantes for days before they could leave.
Aid groups say Myanmar squeezed the Rohingya by severely hampering many humanitarian operations crucial for survival.
Bill Richardson said he could not in "good conscience" sit on a panel he feared would "whitewash" the Rohingya crisis.
“The army has done well for the country", “Thank you for clearing all the Bengali terrorists", read Facebook messages.
China and Russia singled out for not backing moves in the UN aimed at halting Myanmar military’s crackdown on Rohingya.
Pope Francis' visit to conflict-torn Myanmar has been framed so far by his public sidestepping of the Rohingya crisis.
The Pope will press for peace in masses expected to draw hundreds of thousands from the country's Catholic community.
While the worst violence appears to have subsided, those left behind say they are trapped.
The nobel laureate has been hammered by international community for failing to speak up for Rohingya Muslim minority.
More than 2,000 army supporters, including Buddhist nationalists and monks, took part in the march.
Queen Rania says the international response over the Rohingya's plight "has been muted".
How long will Bangladesh bear the 'burden' of hosting Rohingya, asks Indian FM Sushma Swaraj.