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US imposes sanctions on Myanmar military over Rohingya crackdown

Myanmar's military has denied accusations of ethnic cleansing and says its actions were part of a fight against terrorism.

Rohingya issues better left to executive: Govt to SC

“Way in which various PILs are filed... Court will have to go into what is the genesis of these, who wants demographic change, who wants destabilisation, who wants to harm internal security,” Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said

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On Rohingya issue, MHA affidavit in SC: Let govt deal with border security

The government contended that “steps taken by any border guarding force is strictly in accordance with the law, in larger public interest, and in the interest of nation”

Hollywood star Michelle Yeoh calls Rohingya condition 'despicable'

Nearly 700,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar since August in what the UN has described as ethnic cleansing

Fresh Myanmar crackdown on insurgents push 1,200 villagers into India

"They are not Rohingya Muslims, but tribals from villages across the border. Most of them are Buddhists," said a Mizoram police officer

Human rights outfits hold convention on Rohingya crisis

The activists demanded that the “genocide” of Rohingya must be stopped immediately and that the affected people should be rehabilitated by the Myanmar government.

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Rohingya Muslims await chance to enter Bangladesh

The violence, which the UN describes as ethnic cleansing, has pushed more than 600,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh

US holds Myanmar army 'accountable' for Rohingya refugee crisis

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said today the United States holds Myanmar's military leadership "accountable" for the Rohingya refugee crisis, drawing a distinction with Aung San Suu Kyi's civilian government.

Amnesty: Myanmar army killed at least hundreds of Rohingya

The continuing exodus of Rohingya Muslims has become a major humanitarian crisis and sparked international condemnation of Buddhist-majority Myanmar.

Rohingya insurgent ceasefire ends in Myanmar with no report of attacks

Myanmar says more than 500 people have been killed in the violence since late August, most of them insurgents

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