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
Throughout Southeast Asia, persecuted refugees from Burma are trying to find a way out of oppression
The Burmese government denies ethnic Rohingya are being mistreated
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
The Burmese government denies being responsible for a spate of arson attacks on homes, instead suggesting the Rohingya set the fires themselves
'We are concerned at the armed clashes in northern Myanmar injuring Chinese border residents,' says military official
'They burned many people. They burned them in front of my house.'
In the face of violent purges which have left villages burned, dozens dead and tens of thousands displaced, the Nobel Peace Prize winner has shown little interest in protecting "the world's most persecuted people"
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
Army accused of gang rape, torture and murder