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  1. Recent allegations Myanmar's military committed atrocities againt ethnic Rakhine Buddhists

    Rohingya groups in 'solidarity' with Myanmar's ethnic Rakhine

    Rohingya groups around the world displayed a rare show of solidarity on Thursday with Myanmar's ethnic Rakhine, who they say are suffering ...
  2. Military operations in 2017 forced some 750,000 Rohingya to flee from conflict-torn Rakhine state to

    UN warns of 'further war crimes' in Myanmar's Rahkine

    Myanmar's apparent continued targeting of civilians in the country's Rakhine and Chin states could constitute additional war crimes and crimes ...
  3. Men construct a barricade blocking off their street to prevent the spread of the coronavirus diseas

    Myanmar residents barricade city streets as COVID-19 cases rise

    Some residents of Myanmar's biggest city used pieces of wood and corrugated iron to make barricades around their neighbourhoods late on Friday, ...
  4. Mohammed Rofiq, a Rohingya refugee, poses for a picture in his home in Kutupalong refugee camp, in

    3 years after exodus, Myanmar erases names of Rohingya villages, UN map-makers follow suit

    Three years ago, Myanmar’s military burned the Rohingya village of Kan Kya to the ground and bulldozed over its remains. Last year, the government ...
  5. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Sittwe

    Myanmar urged to restore Internet in Rakhine state to help contain COVID-19

    Humanitarian workers battling the novel coronavirus in Myanmar's Rakhine State have urged authorities to restore high-speed internet access to ...
  6. Rohingya candidate Abdul Rasheed sits next to his mother during an interview Reuters at his home in

    Rohingya politicians excluded from Myanmar election

    Aspiring politician Abdul Rasheed was born in Myanmar and is one of the very few members of the Rohingya Muslim minority to have Myanmar citizenship.
  7. FILE PHOTO: Myanmar police officer poses for a photograph in Maungdaw, Rakhine

    Myanmar dismisses fresh war crimes allegations by UN rights envoy as 'biased'

    A Myanmar government spokesman on Friday dismissed allegations by the departing United Nations rights envoy that the military was committing fresh ...