March 2019 - Myanmar News
- Myanmar military court to probe violence against Rohingya Press TV 18 Mar 2019 -- A military court in Myanmar will investigate the army's conduct during a crackdown on the persecuted Rohingya Muslims that forced thousands to flee to neighboring Bangladesh in August 2017.
- India, Myanmar Wipe Out Insurgent Camps Near Vital Connectivity Project - Media Sputnik 15 Mar 2019 -- The joint operation against Arakan Army insurgent camps in Myanmar's Kachin area was mainly aimed at protecting the vital Kaladan Multi-Modal Transit Transport Project that aims to connect India's northeast to East Asia through a deepwater port at Sittwe, the capital of Myanmar's restive Rakhine state.
- UN: 10,000 civilians forced from homes in Myanmar's Rakhine since November Press TV 11 Mar 2019 -- A United Nations (UN) human rights investigator says up to 10,000 civilians have been forced to flee their homes in Myanmar's northwestern state of Rakhine since November last year as a result of continued violence and a lack of humanitarian aid due to government restrictions.
- Individuals responsible for Rohingya atrocities will face justice: ICC Press TV 11 Mar 2019 -- The people responsible for the atrocities that forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims to flee from Myanmar's Rakhine state will be held to account, an International Criminal Court official said on Monday.
- UN rights expert calls for end to 'purgatory' of 'international inaction' facing Myanmar's remaining Rohingya UN News 11 Mar 2019 -- A humanitarian crisis fuelled by the suppression of basic human rights is continuing across Myanmar's Rakhine state, a UN Human Rights Council-appointed expert said on Monday, in an appeal for alleged atrocities there to be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
- UN: Hundreds of Thousands of Rohingya Refugees Face Uncertain Future VOA 11 Mar 2019 -- A special investigator looking at the human rights situation in Myanmar warns the minority Rohingya Muslims in that country face an uncertain future as do hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled to Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh due to violence.
- Bangladesh Tells UN It Cannot Accept More Rohingya Refugees VOA 01 Mar 2019 -- Bangladesh has told the United Nations Security Council that it cannot take in any more Rohingya refugees.
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