Protests have been held in Thailand, Indonesia and Bangladesh over the situation in Rakhine state
'They took women in rooms and then locked them from inside. Up to 50 women and girls of our village were tortured and raped'
Her insistence not to point fingers without evidence that the military has been responsible of arson, rape and murder against the Muslim minority group suggests that she is either unwilling or unable to confront them directly
'The big picture is that the government does not seem to have any influence over the military'
Having been barred from the presidency herself, NLD leader Aung San Suu Kyi will become a ‘super minister’ responsible for three vital ministerial portfolios as the country emerges from 54 years of military rule
Given her tolerant, liberal background, why did she appear to rage about Mishal Husain after that difficult interview?
Burmese leader reportedly angered by questions about anti-Islamic attitudes in the country
Suu Kyi will hold foreign, education and electric power and energy portfolios as well as being minister in president’s office
Nobel laureate will call the shots from behind the scenes
After her party’s electoral triumph, Aung San Suu Kyi has almost got the power she wants
The clause can be legally removed only through a two-thirds vote in Parliament
Burma's parliament has begun a new and historic session dominated by pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party, which will install the country's first democratically-elected government in more than 50 years.
World View: In 68 years of independence, Burma has yet to see power transferred smoothly - and questions remain as to how Suu Kyi and her party will be able to take control
Meeting indicates that the military regime have decided to swallow their democratic medicine and allow the results of the poll to lead to a peaceful transition of power for the first time in the country’s 70-year history
But it will probably take many years before travel to areas such as remote parts of Kachin state and the Wa territory is safe for tourists
World View: The country is already unrecognisable from the paranoid surveillance state of five years ago