Map. History of Myanmar conflict

23 January 2018
Bangladesh to repatriate 1st group of Rohingya Muslim refugees to Myanmar
Myanmar releases two TRT World journalists, their local fixer and driver two months after arresting them for allegedly flying a drone over parliament
3 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.7 - 63km SE of Khonsa, India
3 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 5.0 - 78km W of Monywa, Burma
Reuters reporters held in Myanmar were handed papers, then arrested: families
"Bangladesh, Myanmar, and the Rohingyas are part of a geopolitical chess game,": Bangladesh Official
[email protected] Myanmar journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo appear in court, remanded for another 14 days
Myanmar police to free journalists working for Turkish broadcaster
Today (24th Dec) at 10AM: Rakhine vigilantes taking away the properties of Rohingya from TaungBazar VT Buthidaung - including wood, pillars, fences and other valuable household items.1 month ago
Today (24th Dec) at 10AM: Rakhine vigilantes taking away the properties of Rohingya from TaungBazar VT Buthidaung - including wood, pillars, fences and other valuable household items.
Myanmar, accused of crackdown, invited to U.S.-Thai military exercise
1 month ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - 34km SE of Mawlaik, Burma
US hits Myanmar general with sanctions in 1st such action against country since US-Myanmar ties improved 5 years ago.
These 10 Rohingya were arrested on 31st August 2017 in InnDin beach Maungdaw South and were killed. The mass grave was found at InnDin Buddhist cemetery on December 19th.
Myanmar government tells U.N. rights rapporteur @YangheeLeeSKKU that she will be denied access for the rest of her tenure. She says it's "a strong indication that there must be something terribly awful happening in Rakhine, as well as in the rest of the country."
1 month ago
Myanmar had been blocking the UN fact-finding mission (to Rakhine) - but allowing Special Rapporteur @yangheeleeskku in. Now she's blocked too. OHCHR | Myanmar refuses access to UN Special Rapporteur
Myanmar refuses access to UN Special Rapporteur @YangheeLeeSKKU1 month ago
Myanmar refuses access to UN Special Rapporteur @YangheeLeeSKKU
1 month ago
Burma investigates 10 bodies found in grave in Rakhine
The 15th Light Infantry Division of the Myanmar Army has led the fighting in the Rakhine State, sources told Wa Lone earlier this year. He is one of two Reuters journalists currently detained by the authorities. Here's a table of that information.1 month ago
The 15th Light Infantry Division of the Myanmar Army has led the fighting in the Rakhine State, sources told Wa Lone earlier this year. He is one of two Reuters journalists currently detained by the authorities. Here's a table of that information.
Turkey pledges continued support to Rohingya refugees as Yıldırım visits Bangladesh
1 month ago
Myanmar 'planned' #Rohingyaattacks, possibly 'genocide': @UN Human Rights chief
Analysis of satellite imagery identifies 40 villages with building destruction occurring in October and November, increasing the total to 354 villages that have been partially or completely destroyed since August 25 in Myanmar's Rakhine State (@hrw).1 month ago
Analysis of satellite imagery identifies 40 villages with building destruction occurring in October and November, increasing the total to 354 villages that have been partially or completely destroyed since August 25 in Myanmar's Rakhine State (@hrw).
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says not aware of Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar, but "anytime journalists get arrested for reporting, we get concerned right up front."
Department of State:Secretary Tillerson: @USEmbassyBurma is expressing our concerns over the detention of journalists, demanding their release…A free press is vital to Myanmar's transition in becoming a viable democracy, and we want Myanmar's democracy to succeed.
US Secretary of State Tillerson says free press is vital to Myanmar's transition to democracy
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday that the arrests were a signal that press freedom is shrinking in Myanmar
1 month ago
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson expressed "grave concerns" to the government of Myanmar over the arrests. Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom said the arrests were a 'threat to a democratic and peaceful development of Myanmar and that region'
In Japan, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's spokesman said the Japanese government is closely watching the situation with 2 Reuters journalist in Myanmar
U.S. says concerned about Myanmar's silence over where Reuters journalists are being held
U.N. chief says arrest of Reuters journalists shows erosion of press freedom in Myanmar
Doctors Without Borders survey finds at least 6,700 Rohingya Muslims were killed between August and September in a crackdown by Myanmar's security forces.