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UN warns against returning Rohingya refugees
The United Nations refugee agency on Monday cautioned against returning ethnic Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar from Bangladesh at this time, urging that officials be allowed to assess whether it is safe for them to return.
Myanmar ready for Rohingya repatriation, officials say
Myanmar´s government says it will soon start repatriating persecuted Rohingya Muslim refugees to their home country, where they fled state-sponsored brutal military violence.
Facebook used to incite violence in Myanmar: Report
Facebook has admitted that its social media platform did not do enough to prevent incitement of violence and hate speech in Myanmar amid ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims in the Southeast Asian country.
Aung San Suu Kyi's party slapped down in by-election
The party of Myanmar's embattled head of state Aung San Suu Kyi said Sunday they were defeated in six constituencies in a national by-election, showing uneven support for her government after a string of controversies.
Myanmar, Vietnam trade hit over $360m in five months
Bilateral trade between Myanmar and Vietnam has reached over $362 million in five months of the six-month transitional period from April to September this year, according to the figures from the Commerce Ministry.
UN concerned over India’s deportation of Rohingya to Myanmar
The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) has expressed deep concern over the fate of seven Rohingya Muslim men deported from India to Myanmar despite warnings they could face persecution in their country of origin.
Canada strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship
Canada's Parliament voted unanimously on Thursday to effectively strip Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary Canadian citizenship over the Rohingya crisis.
Bangladesh PM: Myanmar's delaying tactics blocking Rohingya return
Bangladesh’s leader accused neighboring Myanmar of finding new excuses to delay the return of more than 700,000 Rohingya who were forced across the border over the past year, and said in an interview late Tuesday that under no circumstance would the refugees remain permanently in her already crowded country.
ICC launches investigation into Myanmar’s crimes against Rohingya Muslims
The International Criminal Court has opened a preliminary probe into Myanmar military's crimes, including killings, sexual violence and forced deportations, against members of the Rohingya Muslim minority group in the Southeast Asian nation.
UN: Myanmar generals should face genocide charges
The United Nations (UN) has reiterated its call for the prosecution of Myanmar’s top military officials for what the international body has conclusively decided is genocide against the Rohingya Muslim minority group.
Myanmar finally grants UN first access to Rakhine before Rohingya returns
The United Nations has begun assessment of conditions in Myanmar's Rakhine state after it was finally given permission to operate there for the first time since violence escalated last year and forced more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi not to attend UN General Assembly: Media
Myanmar government leader Aung San Suu Kyi will not attend the UN General Assembly meeting in New York next week, the media reported on Wednesday, amid growing calls for Myanmar’s security forces to be held accountable for crimes against the Rohingya Muslims.
ICC says it has jurisdiction over Myanmar crimes against Rohingya
The International Criminal Court says it has jurisdiction to probe the forced deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh as a possible crime against humanity.
UN human rights chief calls on Myanmar to free Reuters jailed reporters
The new UN human rights chief has called on Myanmar to free two Reuters journalists jailed for their reporting of the military’s ethnic-cleansing campaign against Rohingya Muslims in the Southeast Asian country.
Journalists investigating Rohingya killings sentenced to seven years in prison
A Myanmar judge on Monday found two Reuters journalists guilty of breaching a law on state secrets and jailed them for seven years, in a landmark case seen as a test of progress toward democracy in the Southeast Asian country.

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