Upwards of 600,000 have left Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State.
Rohingya crisis is a big news story that demands both aggressive reporting and sensitive approach; problem exists no matter what part of border you are on.
Initial reports suggested authorities were pursuing espionage charges, but they ended up charging them instead with immigration violations.
Experts fear spread of waterborne diseases in Rohingya camps as massive oral cholera vaccination campaign gets underway.
The Bangladesh army is tightening control of the area in the south of the country.
More than half of the refugees who have fled to Bangladesh are children.
Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army says it's like other armed groups in the country.
Many Burmese think media biased in favor of Muslim minority but reasons why can be strange.
Many observers say 30-minute address Tuesday did not rise to the occasion, may have obscured more serious allegations against country’s military.
Bangladesh has arrested middlemen extorting refugees.
The trip comes amid fresh clashes between the army and Rohingya militants.
Poll sought answers from thousands of residents in 15 different regions and states.
At least 25 journalists have been accused of violating Section 57 since March 1, according to the Bangladeshi newspaper The Daily Star.
Aung San Suu Kyi opens the three-day discussion on Friday.
The government has dismantled a protest camp and made rare arrests.
U Ko Ni was shot dead six months ago at Yangon’s airport.
But critics say changes fall short of needed substantive reform.
Reporters were arrested last month after reporting on an ethnic rebel group in north of country.
Aung San was killed in 1947, but the man behind the myth remains elusive.