Sudan and Myanmar ranked as being at greatest risk of experiencing new episode of state-led mass killing, according to annual findings by NGO
More than a dozen people are still missing
Leader is asked if she would be remembered as the Nobel Peace Prize winner who ignored ethnic cleansing in her own country
Burmese State Counsellor criticises UN human rights probe as 'not suitable'
'Everywhere I go I will bring my Bible, nothing else'
Around 75,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh after the Burmese military launched a crackdown
UN report claims babies and children have been slaughtered with knives
Burma was once the region’s final frontier, but its biggest city is smartening up
Francis issues stinging criticism of Burma government in unprepared section of weekly address
'He will have to give up his monkhood right away and face trial as an ordinary person'
Burmese security forces took part in rape, gang rape, invasive body searches and sexual assaults on Rohingya women and girls in at least nine villages in the northern Rakhine State, report states
Bangladesh first proposed the idea of sending the Rohingya to Thengar Char, which floods at high tide, in 2015, prompting anger among rights groups
'When I see the picture, I feel like I would rather die,' says father, insisting images are genuine
Aung San Suu Kyi's ruling NLD party has also been accused of disseminating 'fake news' and imagery in a bid to discredit real reporting on atrocities in the western Burmese state
Four officers detained after footage shows them hitting and kicking Rohingya men and boys in 'clearance operation'
'Despite repeated appeals to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, we are frustrated that she has not taken any initiative to ensure full and equal citizenship rights of the Rohingyas,' states open letter