Map. History of Myanmar conflict

21 September 2017
A boatful of rations belonging to a Rakhine woman was seized by Rakhine extremists on SeikYoeKya river in Sittwe at around 3pm on Sept 20
Macron says Rohingya crisis in Myanmar is 'genocide'
@VP: The U.S renews our call on Burma's security forces to end violence immediately and support diplomatic efforts for a long-term solution
671 destroyed structures in Chein Khar Li, Rakhine, Myanmar, @UNOSAT analysis shows.
The US is providing an additional $32 million in humanitarian assistance to address the urgent needs of Rohingya fleeing violence
Rohingyas should be repatriated soon as the longer they stay, they could jeopardise peace and security: Bangladesh envoy
So many displaced persons(~800,000) can create problems for all of us as they may fall in wrong hands: Bangladesh envoy
Aung San Suu Kyi's statement offers no solution on the ongoing ethnic cleansing: Bangladesh envoy Syed Moazzem Ali
Want Rohingyas safe in their own homeland with security, honour and dignity, with full democratic rights: Bangladesh envoy
2 villages burning close to Naf River 20kms north of Maungdaw. Destruction of Rohingya villages has not stopped yet.
Rohingyas should be repatriated soon. Longer they stay, security gets jeopardised: Bangladesh envoy Syed Moazzem Ali
Convoys of Bangladeshi soldiers, tanks and artillery moving south on the road to Cox's Bazaar
Amicable solution is to promote compassion but it is most difficult to make people, hostile to each other, open their hearts: Suu Kyi Rohingayas
Muslim Rohingya almost completely erased from Myanmar's Maungdaw township; other townships also damaged: Rights group - AP
It is humanitarian issue which arose out of long term socio-economic problems and political of course: 1st State Counsellor of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi
The House National Assembly of Pakistan has passed a unanimous resolution condemning grave violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
There is a small Hindu community in Rakhine, who were also caught up in the conflict and some of whom were killed: 1st State Counsellor of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi
Doing our best to help all those in distress; making no distinction between Muslims or Hindus or Rakhines: Suu Kyi on Dalai Lama's remark
There are those (in Rakhine) who want to call themselves Rohingya and there are those who won't use any term except Bengali: 1st State Counsellor of Myanmar Suu Kyi
There has been a lot of controversy with regard to the term used to describe Muslims in Rakhine: Aung San Suu Kyi
Don't see any point in using terms that'll simply inflame passions further: 1st State Counsellor of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi on why she doesn't use the term
Myanmar appears to be building internment camps for Rohingya Muslims who remain while other groups live freely.
Bangladesh PM says Myanmar must take back Rohingya after 420,000 flee conflict
Monsoon rains, relocations and extortion add to woes in the Bangladeshi camps for Rohingya Muslims who fled Myanmar.
Authorities in Myanmar must end military operations, @UN chief says of Myanmar's Rohingya crisis in Rakhine State
US Secretary of State Tillerson has had a phone chat with Aung San Suu Kyi about the Rakhine crisis
Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh on the Rohingya: "if we can feed 160 million people another 500-700.000, we can do it. We can share our food"
Amir of Qatar: I call on the Myanmar government to take the necessary measures to stop the violence against the Rohingya
Britain suspends Myanmar military training
France's Macron at UN denounces Myanmar 'ethnic cleansing'