A former columnist for state media has been jailed for seven years for "abusive" Facebook posts about Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Quick substantial relief for the Rohingya is unlikely, but the international community must learn from this case so they can respond more effectively in the future.
United Nations investigators called for an international probe and prosecution of Myanmar's army chief for genocide against Rohingya.
Myanmar has asked Bangladesh to stop providing aid to 6,000 Rohingya stranded on the border between the two countries since a military crackdown prompted a mass exodus of the Muslim minority…
U.N. special rapporteur to Myanmar Yanghee Lee says Myanmar continues to persecute its ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority, but perpetrators won't likely be prosecuted at war crimes tribunal.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he heard "unimaginable" accounts of atrocities during a visit Monday to Bangladesh's refugee camps.
The meeting between Myanmar's army and civilian leadership, only the third of its kind since Aung San Suu Kyi's government took power in 2016, follows a deal to allow the UN to enter Rakhine…
Facebook has blacklisted a Buddhist nationalist movement, Ma Ba Tha, including monks notorious for bilious hate speech against Rohingya Muslims.
War crimes judges will hold closed-door talks next month to discuss whether to allow the launch of a probe into the forced exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar.
A Myanmar police officer who told a court his colleagues had tried to "entrap" two Reuters journalists has been handed a prison term.
The family of a Myanmar policeman who testified in court that two Reuters reporters had been set up was evicted from their police housing a day after his evidence, his wife said.
A Myanmar police chief ordered officers to set up a Reuters reporter by handing over sensitive documents to him in a sting operation that also ensnared his colleague.
The efficient deployment of propaganda is a central tenet in the playbook used to concentrate power. Myanmar is no stranger to that playbook.
Seven soldiers in Myanmar were sentenced for their part in the extrajudicial killings of 10 Rohingya Muslim men, according to a Facebook post by the army chief late on Tuesday.
Conditions in Myanmar's crisis-hit northern Rakhine state are "not conducive" to bringing back Rohingya who fled to Bangladesh, a senior U.N. official said.
Bangladesh will begin relocating around 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a desolate island off its southern coast in June, despite warnings the site is prone to violent weather.
Myanmar authorities have lured dozens of mainly Buddhist Bangladeshi tribal families to cross the border and resettle on land abandoned by fleeing Muslim Rohingya.
A Bangladesh official said Myanmar had approved several hundred Rohingya from a list of thousands to return to their homeland.