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Myanmar rebels storm police base in Rakhine state amid fresh clashes in temple town

YANGON (Reuters) - Arakan Army rebels overran a police base in Rakhine state, killing two officers and one of their wives, the Myanmar government said on Wednesday, as fresh fighting broke out in a historic Buddhist temple town popular with tourists.

Saifuddin: Rohingya crisis costing global taxpayers millions of dollars

GOMBAK: The Rohingya crisis is costing millions in global taxpayers’ money for humanitarian aid due

Syed Hamid: M'sia should consider taking Myanmar to ICC

GOMBAK: Malaysia needs to consider the International Criminal Court (ICC) as one of the avenues to bring the Myanmar government to justice over the Rohingya genocide, says former Foreign Affairs Minister Tan Sri Syed Hamid Syed Jaafar Albar.

Saifuddin: Millions spent on Rohingya crisis because Myanmar allowed genocide to happen

GOMBAK: The Rohingya crisis is costing millions in global taxpayers' money for humanitarian aid because one country allowed genocide and ethnic cleansing to happen, says Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

An unnecessary cessation

What happens when a refugee ceases to officially be a refugee? When even the little protection they have is taken away, life can get very dark.

Bangladesh tells U.N. Security Council cannot take more Myanmar refugees

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Bangladesh told the United Nations Security Council on Thursday that it cannot take any more refugees from Myanmar, some 18 months after more than 700,000 mainly Rohingya Muslims started pouring across the border fleeing a military crackdown.

Myanmar welcomes return of ethnic Chin refugees, says UNHCR

PETALING JAYA: The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that the Myanmar government recognises and welcomes the return of ethnic Chin refugees, although several Chin community leaders responded by sharing their reservations.

Suu Kyi not attending Geneva conference

GENEVA: Myanmar will be represented by a government minister at a United Nations conference in Geneva next week, and not by the country’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, according to the latest agenda for the meeting.

Myanmar govt agency cuts ties with Akamai university and Malaysia's EDS Business School

PETALING JAYA: Myanmar's Union Civil Service Board (UCSB) severed ties with two universities in January this year after its credentials came into question, reported news portal The Irrawaddy.

Angelina Jolie visits Rohingya camps, says refugees' plight 'shames us all'

COX'S BAZAR (Reuters) - U.N. refugee agency special envoy Angelina Jolie on Tuesday visited camps in Bangladesh for Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar and condemned the world's failure to prevent a crisis that saw 730,000 people driven from their homes.