UN officials have described Myanmar’s strategy as "ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya Muslims.
The court was expected to issue its ruling on Friday, but delayed the decision until Nov. 21, saying it needs more time.
Army chief Min Aung Hlaing blames “instigation and propaganda” by the media.
Unclear whether the Pope will address the Rakhine crisis during his address in Myanmar.
Aid groups are hurrying to set up schools for 290,000 Rohingya children refugees in Bangladesh.
'The hatred and violence unleashed against Rohingya Muslims is an eerie reminder of Rwanda before the genocide there.'
More than 800 incidents of gender-based violence have been reported by Rohingya refugees since the recent influx.
The bodies of 23 people have been retrieved so far but the death toll is expected to surge.
“These are Rohingya terrorists who killed Buddhist monks in Myanmar,” a monk said pointing to mothers with children.
International community is quick to denounce Islamic terror but not Christian, Jewish or Buddhist terror, Erdogan says.
Pledges to hold rights violators to account, but offers no concrete solutions to stop what UN calls "ethnic cleansing".
The ongoing strife in Myanmar’s Rakhine State targeting the minority Muslim population has shone a light on Karachi’s
India’s top court is hearing a challenge to PM Narendra Modi’s government’s decision to deport Rohingya Muslims.
UN's National Security Council plans to meet behind closed doors to discuss the crisis.
Beijing's intervention aimed at heading off attempts to censure Myanmar at UN Security Council.
After Malala, Desmond Tutu also assails Suu Kyi.
Protests in Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta and other areas call for end to atrocities against Rohingya Muslims.
Turkish President's wife and son set to arrive in Bangladesh to oversee distribution of aid to Muslim Rohingya refugees.
Close to 100 people killed since Aug 25 when armed men launched a raid on police outposts in the conflict-torn region.
"If their home is not Myanmar, where they have lived for generations, then where is it?"
Rumours of massacres, systematic torching of villages by security forces amplify tensions in Myanmar.
At least 500 Rohingya had made the journey into Bangladesh, some claiming they had been abused by soldiers in Myanmar.
Tens of thousands of Rohingya have fled persecution in Buddhist-majority Myanmar to Bangladesh since the early 1990s
A RECENTLY released report compiled by the UN reveals a shocking picture of the abuse and violence faced by the...
Up to 30,000 Rohingya Muslims have abandoned their homes in Myanmar to escape unfolding violence: UN.
The lives of one of the most persecuted communities in the World is not free of hardships in Karachi.