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Myanmar police seize massive haul of meth pills
Myanmar authorities seized more than 10 million meth pills worth $13.3 million over the weekend, police said on Monday, another massive haul in a country widely believed to be the world's largest methamphetamine producer.
Bangladesh summons Myanmar envoy over new influx of refugees
Bangladesh has summoned Myanmar’s ambassador to protest against a new influx of refugees fleeing clashes in the restive Rakhine state.
UN urges Myanmar to enact Annan's counsel on Rohingya
The United Nations (UN) has urged Myanmar to implement the recommendations of a panel on the Rohingya crisis that was led by a former UN head, the late Kofi Annan, including ensuring freedom of movement and access to education for children from the persecuted Muslim minority.
UN envoy says Myanmar army chief must be tried for genocide
The United Nations (UN)’s envoy for Myanmar says the country’s army chief should be prosecuted for committing genocide against minority Rohingya Muslims, many of whom have now fled but face repatriation to the Buddhist-majority state.
UN says new Myanmar curbs threatening 50,000 Rohingya
The UN says new government curbs on aid activities are affecting at least 50,000 people in Myanmar’s beleaguered Rakhine state, where persecuted Rohingya Muslims are mainly based.
Myanmar upholds jail sentence for Reuters reporters
Myanmar’s High Court has upheld a seven-year jail term against two Reuters journalists for breaking the Official Secrets Act, while reporting on the killing of Rohingya Muslims by the military in Rakhine state.
Myanmar court hears arguments in appeal case of Reuters journalists
A Myanmar court has heard arguments in the appeal of two Reuters reporters sentenced to seven years in jail on charges of breaking the Official Secrets Act.
Myanmar launches new 'clearance operations' against Rohingya
Myanmar forces are conducting new "clearance operations" in northern Rakhine state where thousands of Rohingya Muslims have been languishing in internal displacement camps.
South Korea foundation to scrap award for Suu Kyi
One of South Korean largest human rights groups will strip Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi of its 2004 prize because of her "indifference" to the atrocities against the Rohingya minority, organizers said Tuesday.
Twitter CEO under fire for ignoring Rohingya plight in Myanmar
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has come under fire for promoting Myanmar as a tourist destination without mentioning widespread rights abuses against the Rohingya Muslim minority in the Southeast Asian country.
Suu Kyi to be stripped of freedom of Paris award: Mayor's office
The city of Paris will strip Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary freedom of the French capital over her failure to speak out against a crackdown on Myanmar’s Rohingya minority, the mayor’s spokeswoman said Friday.
Myanmar seizes boat carrying 93 fleeing Rohingya camps for Malaysia
Authorities in Myanmar seized a boat carrying 93 people, apparently Rohingya Muslims, fleeing displacement camps in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state and hoping to reach Malaysia, an official said on Tuesday.
Rohingya say Bangladesh, aid agencies must stop collecting information for Myanmar
Rohingya refugees in southeast Bangladesh have staged a massive protest and strike, demanding that officials and aid agencies stop sharing their family information with Myanmar’s government.
Myanmar police shoot, injure 4 in raid on Rohingya camp – witness
Myanmar police shot and injured four Rohingya Muslims on Sunday, after detaining two men accused of smuggling people out of a camp for displaced people in western Rakhine state, a witness and police told Reuters.
Myanmar arrests 106 Rohingya Muslims heading for Malaysia
Myanmar's immigration authorities have arrested 106 Rohingya Muslims who were heading to Malaysia.

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