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Myanmar's leader is appearing before the UN International Court of Justice this week to address an accusation of genocide against the Rohingya.
What life is like on the border of Myanmar and Bangladesh, where a UN-labeled ‘genocide’ has left 1 million refugees living in limbo
Here are photos showing the Rohingya refugee crisis, caused by Myanmar's military, and putting pressure on Bangladesh.
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Trump asked ‘where is that?’ when a Rohingya refugee asked him if he was doing anything to stop the genocide in Myanmar
On Wednesday, Trump met with victims of religious persecution from China, Turkey, North Korea, Iran, and Myanmar.
9 photos show the destruction from Cyclone Fani, the massive storm that hit India with torrential rain and winds — and is headed for Bangladesh ...
Cyclone Fani struck India's coast at the equivalent of a Category 5 and with winds of more than 120 miles per hour, creating a path of destruction.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is facing backlash for encouraging people to visit Myanmar, where social media may have helped fuel a mass genocide
The Twitter CEO sparked outrage with his positive Tweets about his recent trip to Myanmar, where social media may have worsened a humanitarian crisis.
Pence on Wednesday condemned the Myanmar military's violence against the Rohingya, while Suu Kyi said 'we understand our country better.'
Canada has been doubling down on its criticism of human-rights abuses around the world. In August, it called out Saudi Arabia for arresting several prominant human-rights activists. Now Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi is Canada's latest target in the crackdown.
In Myanmar, economic opportunity and a renewed commitment to democracy are on the horizon if leader Aung San Suu Kyi wants them
Supporters had looked to Aung San Suu Kyi for hope after decades of military rule in Myanmar. But with hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims fleeing the country for refugee camps in Bangladesh and two Reuters journalists being imprisoned for seven years, many Burmese are questioning her reforms
Suu Kyi also said that in hindsight, her handling of the Rohingya crisis could have been dealt with "better."