Military uses indiscriminate violence in pursuit of Al Yaqeen fighters who demand equal rights for Rohingya Muslims.
by Katie Arnold
by Katie Arnold
- Aung Naing Soe
Human Rights20 Jun 2016 16:12 GMT
UN says Myanmar's Muslim minority group is being subjected to forced labour, sexual violence and denied of citizenship.
Myanmar14 Jun 2016 21:07 GMT
The Tibetan spiritual leader says Myanmar leader has a moral responsibility to end conflict between two communities.
Human Rights08 Apr 2016 10:15 GMT
More detainees expected to be released, including 40 students facing charges since March 2015.
Politics01 Apr 2016 09:00 GMT
Myanmar parliament votes to appoint Suu Kyi 'state adviser' after constitution blocked her from becoming president.
Politics01 Apr 2016 05:41 GMT
The new government has to weigh its interests very carefully internationally as countries across the world woo Myanmar.
Politics30 Mar 2016 09:34 GMT
Country sees Htin Kyaw, a close aide of Aung San Suu Kyi, sworn in after over five decades of military rule.
Rohingya29 Mar 2016 22:23 GMT
Night-time curfew was imposed in Rakhine state in June 2012 after violent clashes killed more than 200 people.
Politics27 Mar 2016 09:04 GMT
Military leader says army will not back away from politics, days before elected government set to take charge.
Politics22 Mar 2016 06:02 GMT
Democracy icon tops list of nominees as president-elect Htin Kyaw submits cabinet lineup to parliament.
Politics15 Mar 2016 16:29 GMT
Parliament picks confidant of Aung San Suu Kyi for top post as their NLD party prepares to take power on April 1.
Myanmar15 Mar 2016 04:29 GMT
Suu Kyi, who led NLD to sweeping victory in November elections, nominates childhood friend Htin Kyaw for the top post.
Politics01 Feb 2016 06:10 GMT
Politicians from Aung San Suu Kyi's party take their seats in parliament for the first time after decades of army rule.
Myanmar12 Jan 2016 22:21 GMT
Talks are aimed at ending decades of fighting in Myanmar, but some groups refuse to attend.
Politics28 Dec 2015 11:56 GMT
A member of Aung San Suu Kyi's election-winning party lands in prison for a satirical comment on new army uniform.
Human Rights21 Dec 2015 08:10 GMT
Activists skeptical that reform will come, vow to keep striking until all Myanmar political prisoners released.
by Rupakjyoti Borah
by Mehdi Hasan
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