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must be held to account after jailing reporters conviction of two Reuters news service reporters on fabricated charges — just the latest development in a global assault on journalism — is an obscene miscarriage of justice by a government complicit in carrying out genocide against members Vice President Mike Pence on Twitter: "Wa Lone & Kyaw Soe Oo shd be commended—not imprisoned—for their work ...Exclusive: Interview with Aung San Suu KyiMyanmar's Military Leaders Should Be Tried For Genocide, UN Investigators Say
military chiefs should face 'genocide' caseGENEVA — Investigators working for the U.N.'s top human rights body said Monday that military leaders should be prosecuted for genocide against Rohingya Muslims, taking the unusual step of identifying by name six of those it says were behind ... generals should be prosecuted for 'genocidal intent' against Rohingya, UN investigators sayFacebook bans Army Chief Min Aung Hlaing, 19 others over rights abusesOHCHR | MyanmarFFM Report of Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar
panel probing Rohingya crisis pledges independenceNAYPYITAW, — Members of a commission established by government to investigate human rights violations in western Rakhine state, where 700,000 members of the Muslim Rohingya minority fled brutal army operations, addressed ..., Bangladesh agree to remove 'national' tag from Rohingya ID CardsTreasury Sanctions Commanders and Units of the Burmese Security Forces for Serious Human Rights Abuses | U.S. ...Sigal P. Mandelker - Treasury.gov
, Suu Kyi keeps quiet as reporters are jailed on trumped-up chargesWa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested nine months ago while investigating the killing of Rohingya men whose bodies were found in a mass grave in Rakhine, a state in western where, according to a recent U.N. report, the army had ...Suu Kyi says handling of Rohingya could have been betterEU urges release of jailed journalists in gives first access to UN, one year after Rohingya crackdown
crackdown splits Rohingya with little hope of returnKUTUPALONG, Bangladesh — Forged over generations in villages in , Rohingya communities are now held together in calls over crackling phone lines. "Mummy! Mummy!" 15-year-old Abdullah Razzaq shouted to his mother earlier this week in their ...'No other conclusion,' ethnic cleansing of Rohingyas in Myanmar continues – senior UN rights officialBurmese Army Crimes against Humanity in Tula Toli | HRWISCG Situation Report: Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar | 05 July 2018
woman escapes brutal China captivitySix years earlier, Marip Lu had been drugged, kidnapped and trafficked to this place far from her native . She had been beaten and abused, forced to "marry" a mentally disabled man, and repeatedly raped, she said. Now the people organizing her ...
says 12 dead, 132000 forced from homes by floodsYANGON, — Flooding in has killed 12 people and forced more than 132,000 others to take shelter at nearly 300 temporary camps, a report said Wednesday. The state newspaper Global New Light of cited the National Natural ...
court sentences Reuters reporters to 7 years in jailYANGON, — A court sentenced two Reuters journalists to seven years in prison Monday on charges of illegal possession of official documents, a ruling met with international condemnation that will add to outrage over the military's human ... court sentences Reuters reporters to seven years in jailMassacre in MyanmarCPJ condemns conviction in Myanmar of Reuters's Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo
rejects int'l court's right to Rohingya probeNAYPYITAW, — government on Friday rejected an International Criminal Court ruling that it has jurisdiction to investigate allegations that security forces violated international law by driving hundreds of thousands of Facebook suspends translation feature after report shows it failed to identify hate speechJudges rule ICC has jurisdiction over Rohingya deportationsMassacre in Myanmar
on the ropesBANGKOK — government looks as if it's under siege from an international community concerned about the condition of its nascent democracy, with widespread calls for a genocide tribunal to hold its military to account for the brutal treatment atrocities should not go unpunished, UK foreign secretary says