Myanmar must ensure there is "no hiding place" for those responsible for crimes against its Rohingya minority if it is to avoid a lasting stain on the country's reputation, Britain's Foreign Secretary.. Reuters
Jeremy Hunt's visit to Myanmar comes in the wake of a United Nations report which revealed 'deeply disturbing' treatment of the Rohingya people. The Foreign Secretary said that it is essential that the..
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt meets Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar. His visit comes after a United Nations report revealed 'deeply disturbing' treatment of the Rohingya people. Report by Lynaghf. Like us..
British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Thursday that the international community should consider referring the treatment of Rohingya in Myanmar to the International Criminal Court unless those.. Reuters
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UK most pessimistic about prospects for peace in global poll
London, 19 September 2018 – The UK has emerged as.. Pressat
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday said her office had begun a preliminary examination into whether alleged forced deportations of Rohingya from Myanmar into Bangladesh could.. Reuters
Myanmar's democratic transition has ground to a standstill as authorities seek to silence critics while allowing hate speech, particularly against Muslim Rohingya, the head of a U.N. fact-finding human.. Reuters
At least 100 Myanmar youth activists and journalists called for the release of two jailed Reuters journalists on Sunday, warning that the seven-year prison terms handed to the pair this month threaten.. Reuters
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Thursday the jailing of two Reuters journalists had nothing to do with freedom of expression and they can appeal against their seven-year sentences, prompting a.. Reuters
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi defended the imprisonment of Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo at the World Economic Forum in Hanoi today following their sentence on September 3. MailOnline Also reported by •Reuters •BBC News •FT.com