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Myanmar

'For how long?': Displaced Rohingya lament life in no-man's land

Some 4,600 Rohingya live in a camp at Zero Point, barred from returning to their villages by Myanmar authorities.

'For how long?': Displaced Rohingya lament life in no-man's land

Myanmar

'Systematic preparations' preceded anti-Rohingya violence: report

Fortify Rights group says the deadly violence against Rohingya last August was premeditated and amounts to 'genocide'.

'Systematic preparations' preceded anti-Rohingya violence: report

Press Freedom

Journalist tried for reporting on Rohingya deaths testifies

Reuters journalist Wa Lone, arrested with colleague Kyaw Soe Oo, denies breaking any laws in court.

Myanmar

Reuters journalists investigating Rohingya deaths to face trial

The charges and trial of the journalists are seen as a test for press freedom in Myanmar.

Myanmar

Myanmar charges Reuters reporters under Official Secrets Act

Court charges two jailed Reuters journalists for obtaining secret state documents, moving case into its trial stage.

Rohingya

'We want peace': A Rohingya family's 40 years of suffering

Rohingya refugees tell of decades of persecution and horrors suffered at the hands of Myanmar security forces.

Rohingya

Rohingya father: I couldn't save my son from the rain

The UN estimates that about 200,000 Rohingya refugees, including over 100,000 children are threatened by flooding rains.

 Monsoon season threatens Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Rohingya

UN: Rohingya face 'unimaginable' atrocities

United Nations secretary-general says as many as 200,000 Rohingya need to be relocated due to monsoon rain threat.

Bangladesh

Rohingya refugee camps face landslides as monsoon season hits

Aid workers are racing against time to relocate Rohingya in Bangladesh as monsoon season approaches.

Inside Story

Will the Rohingya ever get to go home?

The chief of the International Committee of the Red Cross doubts Myanmar repatriation.

Human Rights

Rohingya footballers in Malaysia aim for recognition

Malaysia has been accepting Rohingya refugees but they are not given legal documentation and remain stateless.

Rohingya footballers in Malaysia aim for recognition

Rohingya

Myanmar army officials accused of Rohingya atrocities

Amnesty International identifies 13 army officials for alleged role in crimes against humanity targeting Rohingya.

Asia Pacific

Myanmar fires general involved in Rohingya crackdown

Major General Maung Maung Soe, who is already under US sanctions, led the brutal military offensive against Rohingya.

General involved in Rohingya crackdown fired after EU sanctions

Myanmar

ICC gives Myanmar deadline over Rohingya case jurisdiction

ICC gives Myanmar until July 27 to respond to a request on whether it should exercise jurisdiction over alleged crimes.

ICC gives Myanmar deadline over Rohingya case jurisdiction

Asia Pacific

Rohingya surviving in 'the world's largest refugee camp'

Bangladesh's Kutupalong Camp is home to one million Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar's devastating military crackdown.