Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh to accuse Myanmar of 'ethnic cleansing'
Sunday, 17 September 2017 Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi has cancelled a visit to the United Nations General Assembly in New York this week where Bangladesh says it will accuse her country's security forces of ethnic cleansing and call for international intervention in the Rohingya crisis.
Myanmar's embattled leader Aung San Suu Kyi has arrived in Canberra. Having met his visitor with a military honour guard, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he would raise human rights.. Source: Euronews English -
Statement follows the release of images by Amnesty International, which appear to show razed Rohingya villages being cleared to make way for military use, casting doubt on Myanmar's plans to repatriate.. Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -
Alleged atrocities committed against minority Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar should be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for prosecution, the top UN human rights official said on Friday... Source: Euronews English -
On Friday, Myanmar authorities investigated a suspected shallow grave in the country's north that residents claim contain the bodies of two ethnic minority men who had been detained by soldiers in.. Source: Wochit -
Myanmar would like to see clear evidence to support accusations that ethnic cleansing or genocide has taken place against its Muslim minority in Rakhine state. National Security Adviser Thaung Tun told.. Source: Wochit News -
The assessment by the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights comes more than six months after insurgent attacks sparked a security response by Myanmar that has driven nearly 700,000 people.. Source: euronews (in English) -