UN High Commissioner for Human Rights warns of ‘further war crimes’

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet warned of “further war crimes” against Rohingya Muslims that may have been committed even after the clearance operations in 2016-2017 conducted by the Myanmar army (Tatmadaw). Her st
Myanmar says it will ignore ICC request

Two deserters confessing to atrocities in Rakhine State

News about two deserters of the Myanmar army confessing to atrocities against the Rakhine Muslim population, who self-identify as Rohingya, have widely appeared in international media. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and non-profit Fortify Righ
Myanmar demonstrators condemn foreign intervention

Pro-Tatmadaw rally held in Yangon

Thousands of supporters of Myanmar’s military, also called Tatmadaw, held a march through downtown Yangon on Sunday, where they showed their support for the Tatmadaw and criticised what they said was international involvement in domestic affairs, a
UK Foreign Secretary's Myanmar Visit

UK Foreign Minister completes Myanmar visit

Jeremy Hunt, the United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary, last week completed a two-day visit to Myanmar, where he travelled to northern Rakhine State, met with State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, but was denied a meeting with senior members of the m
Myanmar claims ICC relied on biased sources

Myanmar says ICC request is “meritless”

Myanmar authorities have said that a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate the mass deportation of 700,000 people – overwhelmingly those who identify themselves as Rohingya – as “meritless” and have called for it to