Myanmar Crisis News
The ASEAN will invite a non-political representative instead of Myanmar's military leader, Senior Gen. Min Aung Hlaing, the grouping's chair Brunei said.
Myanmar will not address world leaders at UNGA amid dispute between military rulers and civilian govt
Myanmar was scheduled to be one of the final speakers at the six-day gathering on Monday afternoon. But UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said, "At this point, Myanmar is not speaking."
Although the state government has issued directives against the setting up refugee camps, local communities are clandestinely providing shelter to refugees
Myanmar coup: Rising numbers of refugees, spiralling violence present major humanitarian crisis for India
The Myanmar's military's ruthless crackdown after its coup has left more than 500 people dead, according to a local monitoring group, triggering international outrage
Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said that the country doesn't want 'mass migration' but that it is preparing for an influx of people
The Karen National Union, the leading political body for the Karen, for now is shouldering all of the displaced people’s basic needs for food, shelter and security.
Myanmar crisis deepens as police round-up hundreds of protesters; labour unions call for strike on Monday
Protests on Sunday including in the two biggest cities of Yangon and Mandalay were met with the use of force by police firing warning shots, and variously employing tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades
UN Myanmar investigator said Facebook was a huge part of public, civil and private life, and the government used it to disseminate information to the public.
Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday said that the Myanmar government is interested in conducting a verification process for Rohingya Muslims who had fled the country.
Shiv Sena editorial says Rohingya Muslims posing threat to Myanmar's integrity, lauds Narendra Modi for being 'unfazed'
The Shiv Sena alleged the Rohingya Muslim community posed a "threat to the integrity and security" of Myanmar, prompting "strong action" by the country's government.