ICC prosecutor seeks to open Rohingya deportation probe

Prosecutor asks ICC to rule whether it has jurisdiction over Rohingya deportations, a possible crime against humanity.

ICC prosecutor seeks to open Rohingya deportation probe

Al Jazeera Selects

Hunted: Law of the jungle

From hunting in Siberia to poaching in the jungles of Myanmar, we explore the relationship between humans and wildlife.


Stalled peace process in Myanmar frustrating rebel armies

Peace talks in Myanmar's Karen State have stalled, with some arguing the actions of the military against the Rohingya in Rakhine State undermine the credibility of the government's claim to want peace.


Buddhists 'lured' to settle on Rohingya land

Observers say Myanmar authorities are carrying out methodical social engineering schemes in northern Rakhine State.

Buddhists 'lured' to settle on Rohingya land


Rohingya refugees resort to southern sea routes

A boat carrying nearly 60 Rohingya refugees heading to Malaysia has made a stop in Thailand because of bad weather. Few Rohingya have tried to use southern sea routes since a crackdown on trafficking networks three years ago.


Kachin IDPs face uncertain future

In northern Myanmar, Kachin people displaced by civil war fear they will never be able to return home.

Reporter's Notebook

Young, vulnerable and alone: Inside the maid trade

Despite an official ban and widespread condemnation, the trade of underage girls from Myanmar to Singapore continues to thrive.


Amal Clooney to defend journalists held in Myanmar

Amal Clooney asserts the innocence of Reuters journalists on trial for reporting Rohingya massacre in Rakhine state.

Amal Clooney to defend Reuters journalists held in Myanmar

101 East

Myanmar's Youngest Maids

101 East investigates the corrupt forces profiting from sending young girls from Myanmar to Singapore to work as maids.

Asia Pacific

Kachin refugee: 'Myanmar army keeps attacking us'

Civil war has pushed people to remote, mountainous regions on the edge of the country, where it is estimated there are around 100,000 living in camps along the border with China.

War & Conflict

'I feel helpless': Abuses plague Myanmar's Kachin conflict

The Kachin Independence Army, based in Kachin state in northern Myanmar, is the only major rebel group not to have reached a ceasefire with the government.


One man's mission to save Rakhine culture and history

Forbidden from speaking his own language, historian Kyaw Hla Maung tattooed Brahmi script on his arm to hide from army.

One man's mission to save Rakhine culture and history

Aung San Suu Kyi

Profile: Aung San Suu Kyi

Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, 'the lady' has drawn condemnation for her handling of the Rohingya crisis.

Asia Pacific

Myanmar's ill president resigns

Myanmar's first vice president, Myint Swe, is acting president until a successor to Htin Kyaw is named.


100 days in prison: Journalists appear in Myanmar court

Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested over an investigation into Rohingya killings by military.

Myanmar journalists in court 100 days after their arrest