'This practice must stop, and must be stopped immediately,' Muslim majority country warns
Activists fear numbers could be tip of the iceberg as culture of silence and victim blaming means abuse often goes unreported
Muslim Rohingya facing discrimination and violence from the Buddhist majority in Burma but plight going unnoticed by world at large
Reports the military gang raped, tortured and murdered Rohingya caused thousands of angry Muslims to take to the streets across Asia in protest
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'
Burma’s leader has now been in office for six months
The 71-year-old delivered her first address to the UN General Assemly as her country's leader
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
It is essential that the incoming NLD government takes advantage of the fair wind from the electorate
If Burma is ever to prosper in peace, its races and tribes need to be stitched together – Ms Suu Kyi is the only hope
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.
Pro-democracy leader whose party will soon take over power says children 'read less because the use of technology has increased'
World View: The life of Aung San Suu Kyi, who successfully confronted dictatorship, is too sensitive for publication in China