Myanmar court rejects appeal by @Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo sentenced to 7 years in jail

Map. History of Myanmar conflict

19 January 2019
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Myanmar court rejects appeal by @Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo sentenced to 7 years in jail
Yemeni military sources: Iranian-made marching aircraft carrying explosives
Bangladesh Immigration Police has filed a case against the 13 Rohingyas, who were deported by SaudiArabia authorities on Tuesday, for travelling to the kingdom with passports secured through forged documents.
Bangladeshi police has confirmed to BBC Bangla that the 13 detained Rohingya confessed to leaving Bangladesh on passports obtained fake documents. Bangladeshi courts deciding whether to push them back to Saudi Arabia or imprison them in Bangladesh.
Myanmar has called on its military to "launch operations" against ethnic Rakhine rebels behind a deadly attack on four police stations last week, a government spokesman said Monday
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The Burmese army will carry out operations against Buddhist Rakhine rebels
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Rakhine insurgent group launched attacks on four police outposts near Myanmar's border with Bangladesh, killing 13 policemen and injuring nine others, a spokesman for the Myanmar Army said, as violence in restive northern Rakhine state intensified.
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13 Myanmar police killed in attacks by ethnic Rakhine rebels: army
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 29km SSE of Mawlaik, Burma
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Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 119km ESE of Khonsa, India
Resolution on Human Rights in Myanmar passes in full UNGA, 136 for, 8 against, 22 abstentions (but with budget for ground transportation of UN Special Envoy cut in half)
Satellite images show that hundreds of new houses are being built on land where Myanmar's Rohingya once lived and farmed, before their homes were burned and bulldozed. @Reuters investigates: (Image: @DigitalGlobe)1 month ago
Satellite images show that hundreds of new houses are being built on land where Myanmar's Rohingya once lived and farmed, before their homes were burned and bulldozed. @Reuters investigates: (Image: @DigitalGlobe)
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Myanmar Air Force officially inducts new JF-17 fighter jets provided by Pakistan
US House of Representatives passes resolution labelling Myanmar crimes against Rohingya Muslims a 'genocide'
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.3 - 109km SE of Tezu, India
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Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 77km WNW of Pakokku, Burma
[email protected] calls for immediate suspension of repatriation of Rohingya to Rakhine State. Crimes against humanity are ongoing and 100s of 1000s of remaining Rohingya are in urgent need of protection. Repatriation under these conditions can't be deemed safe.
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Pence presses Myanmar's Suu Kyi to pardon Reuters journalists: official
Amnesty withdraws human rights award from Aung San Suu Kyi.2 month ago
Amnesty withdraws human rights award from Aung San Suu Kyi.
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.2 - 47km SSW of Churachandpur, India
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Saudi Arabia to deport scores of Rohingya refugees "against their will" to Bangladesh.
Said to be JF-17 in Myanmar.3 month ago
Said to be JF-17 in Myanmar.
Myanmar has reportedly lost two F-7M fighters in separate fatal crashes in heavy fog during a training flight from Magway Air Base
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Myanmar's military, which assigned 700 troops to post incendiary propaganda about Rohingya on Facebook, had been sending personnel to Russia for training in psychological warfare and hacking
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Earthquake of magnitude 5.1 - 44km ENE of Prome, Burma
Myanmar envoy summoned for attempt to show St Martin's as territory — Bangladesh
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Canada formally revokes Aung San Suu Kyi's honourary citizenship for her complicity in the Rohingya genocide, both chambers of parliament unanimously vote for it
EU considers trade sanctions on Myanmar over Rohingya crisis
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India deporting 7 Rohingya to Myanmar. They had been jailed since 2012 for "illegal entry".
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Bangladesh presses ahead with construction of shelters for Rohingya refugees on Bhashan Char, a controversial island prone to violent storms scheduled to be officially opened by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina next week.
Bangladesh presses ahead with construction of shelters for Rohingya refugees on Bhashan Char, a controversial island prone to violent storms scheduled to be officially opened by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina next week.
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