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Myanmar's leader Suu Kyi does not address Rohingya accusations in 1st speech since violence
Aung San Suu Kyi , the de facto leader of Myanmar and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, said Tuesday that those who violate human rights in the country will be punished, but she did not publicly criticize Myanmar’s military, which has been accused of killing and terrorizing the country's Rohingya
Reactions to Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi's speech
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has made her first speech about the mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims, a long-persecuted ethnic group targeted in a military crackdown following attacks by Rohingya militants on Aug. 25. More than 400,000 Rohingya have fled
The Latest: Angelina Jolie condemns Myanmar violence
Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has condemned the violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and called on the country's government and its leader, Nobel Peace Prize recipient Aung San Suu Kyi, to no longer remain silent
400,000 of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims flee to Bangladesh in recent weeks
Families fleeing with just the clothes on their backs; tearful children baring famished bellies; the able carrying the injured, the weak, the old -- these are scenes all too familiar in a world with an unprecedented 65.6 million people forcibly displaced from their homes by war, violence and
Research on big ears, crocodile gambling wins Ig Nobels
Scientists who discovered that old men really do have big ears and that handling crocodiles can influence gambling decisions are among this year's recipients of the Ig Nobel, the prize for absurd scientific achievement
As Rohingya flee Myanmar, leader Suu Kyi skips UN meeting
Facing global condemnation as Rohingya flee violence, Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi pulls out of U.N. General Assembly
UN chief: Myanmar Rohingyas are victims of ethnic cleansing
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said ethnic cleansing is taking place in Myanmar against the Rohingya Muslim minority
The Latest: UN Security Council condemns Rohingya violence
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says ethnic cleansing is taking place in Myanmar against the Rohingya Muslim minority and he is urging government authorities to suspend military action and end the violence.
The Latest: Indonesia sends 34 tons of aid for Rohingya
The Latest: Four Hercules planes carrying 34 tons of aid for Rohinyga refugees have departed for Bangladesh from an air force base in the Indonesian capital.
Bangladesh leader visits Rohingya refugees, assures help
Bangladesh leader demands Myanmar take back Rohingya refugees, says she will not 'tolerate injustice'