Rohingya

Canada revokes Myanmar leader's honorary citizenship

Aung San Suu Kyi becomes the first person to have her honorary Canadian citizenship revoked over Rohingya 'genocide'.

Canada revokes Myanmar leader's honorary citizenship

Bangladesh

Sanitary pads and panties: Rohingya women working to help others

Access to hygiene products has been made possible as Rohingya women in Kutupalong refugee camp produce pads and panties.

Sanitary pads and panties: Rohingya women working to help others

Canada

Canada strips Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship

Canadian MPs vote unanimously to revoke symbolic honour from Myanmar leader over her handling of Rohingya crisis.

Canada strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship

Rohingya

UN sets up body to prepare Myanmar atrocity evidence

UN body will collect, consolidate, preserve, and analyse evidence of the most serious international crimes.

UN sets up body to prepare Myanmar atrocity evidence

Human Rights

Report blames Myanmar army for 'large-scale' attacks on Rohingya

US State Department report could be used to justify further US sanctions against Myanmar authorities.

Report blames Myanmar army for 'large-scale' attacks on Rohingya

Canada

Canada declares Myanmar Rohingya killings 'genocide'

Parliament unanimously adopts motion branding crimes committed against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as genocide.

Canada declares Myanmar Rohingya killings 'genocide'

Human Rights

ICC opens probe into crimes against Rohingya

The International Criminal Court has initiated a preliminary investigation into alleged crimes against the Rohingya.

ICC opens probe into crimes against Rohingya

Counting the Cost

The Perils of Journalism in Myanmar

The jailing of Reuters' Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo dampens the promise of media reform in Aung San Suu Kyi's Myanmar.

The Listening Post

Myanmar: Journalists Paying the Price for Reporting Genocide

The sentencing of two Reuters reporters in Myanmar. Plus, the British media and their monarchy.

Asia

Rohingya crisis: Environmental issues add to humanitarian woes

Hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar are in Bangladeshi camps where resources are scarce.

Asia

Traditional Rohingya midwives helping pregnant refugees

In Bangladesh, 130 community healthcare workers have been recruited by UNFPA from among the Rohingya.

Myanmar

Myanmar jails Reuters reporters for seven years

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo found guilty of breaching state secrets law during their reporting on a massacre of Rohingya.

Myanmar court sentences Reuters reporters to seven years in jail

Asia Pacific

Will UN's Myanmar 'genocide' accusation amount to change?

Refugees likely to continue to suffer severely despite damning report accusing country's top military generals of atrocities against the Rohingya.

Myanmar

Myanmar leader Suu Kyi 'should have resigned': UN chief

UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein says Myanmar leader should have quit over army's campaign against Rohingya.

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi 'should have resigned': UN chief

Rohingya

Myanmar rejects UN 'genocide' accusations

The government denies any allegations of purported genocide of Muslim-majority Rohingya by Myanmar armed forces.

Myanmar rejects UN findings in Rohingya genocide report