Map. History of Myanmar conflict

16 July 2018
Myanmar: EU and Germany see positive signals amid Rohingya crisis7 month ago
Myanmar: EU and Germany see positive signals amid Rohingya crisis
Myanmar stands ready to join hands with China to speed up the development of the China-proposed Beltand Road Initiative: Myanmar President
7 month ago
An earthquake of magnitude 5.0 hit Myanmar-India border area near Manipur at 02:18 pm, today
7 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 20km ENE of Mawlaik, Burma
7 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 20km ENE of Mawlaik, Burma
China proposes a plan to resolve the Rohingya crisis on sidelines of 13th ASEM meeting being held in Mynamar
Myanmar leader Suu Kyi blames world conflicts partly on illegal immigration
War crimes have been committed against Rohingya in Rakhine State, US lawmakers tell Bangladesh PM Hasina
Bangladesh says begins talks with Myanmar on Rohingya repatriation deal
German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel bravely mentioned the word Rohingya at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh after visiting the refugee camps
German FM @sigmargabriel visited Rohingya refugee camp Kutupalong. German government will spend 20 mio Euros to improve situation
Sri Lanka arrest 19 after Buddhist-Muslim violence; four injured
Voting of 3rd committee of UN on Rohingyas' Human Rights: Beyond Myanmar, the list of "against" is China, Russia, Belarus, Burundi, Laos, Philippines, Syria, Vietnam, Zimbabwe
China’s foreign minister to visit Bangladesh, Myanmar to mediate in Rohingya refugee crisis
Rohingya refugee Imam Hossain, 42, sleeps on the ground at Kutupalang refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, October 14, 2017. Pic: @REUTERS / Jorge Silva
Chinese FM Wang Yi to attend foreign ministers' meeting of Asia-Europe Meeting, visit Bangladesh and Myanmar: FM spokesman
Jailed journalists in Myanmar drone case ask for second case to be dropped
Singapore journo Lau Hon Meng, Malaysian journo Mok Choy Lin and their local fixer and driver- Aung Naing Soe and Hla Tin at court today
Tillerson calls for an independent investigation in Myanmar: What occurred in Rakhine State „has a number of characteristics of certainly crimes against humanity. Whether it meets all of the criteria for ethnic cleansing, I think we continue to evaluate that ourselves.“
Sec. Tillerson on Rakhine State Crisis: We want to see human suffering relieved, because what people are enduring today is intolerable.
Secretary Tillerson: Myanmar’s response to Rakhine crisis is critical to determining success of its democratic transition. It i responsibility of government and security forces to respect humanrights of all persons within its borders and hold accountable those who fail to do so.
Tillerson in Burma: The humanitarian scale of the Rakhine crisis is staggering—over 600,000 refugees, mostly women and children, and an unknown number of internally displaced people with o basic needs.
Department of State:Secretary Tillerson: I’m here to reaffirm our commitment to a successful democratic transition in Myanmar and that commitment remains strong
Secretary Tillerson: We support Myanmar’s commitment to create conditions necessary for all refugees and internally displaced people to return to their homes and land, safely and voluntarily. We stand ready to assist Myanmar and Bangladesh as they work together to achieve this.
Secretary Tillerson today in Burma: I am here today to reaffirm our commitment to a successful democratic transition in Myanmar, and that commitment remains strong.
Pope advised not to use term 'Rohingya' in Myanmar but rights groups disagree
Tillerson says U.S. will provide additional $47 million in aid for Myanmar refugees, not $470 million
Tillerson calls for credible probe into rights abuses in Myanmar
US still evaluating whether term "ethnic cleansing" should be used to describe what Burma military has done to Rohingya, says Secretary of State Tillerson.
Tillerson calls Rohingya crisis “horrific” and “crimes against humanity” but refrains from term “ethnic cleansing”
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