» 07/21/2016, 12.59
MALAYSIA - MYANMAR
Malaysian activists call on Aung San Suu Kyi to meet Rohingya refugees
Aegile Fernandez, co-director of Tenaganita, challenges the Burmese foreign minister. A face-to-face with a group of the Muslim minority refugees to hear "their version of the story." And "the best opportunity" for clarifying the position of the government in the dispute between Rohingya and Burmese Buddhists.
20/01/2017 13:16:00 MALAYSIA - MYANMAR
Kuala Lumpur, Muslim nations against Myanmar: Enough violence against Rohingya
The "special session" of the OIC focused on persecution of the Muslim minority in Myanmar. Najib Razak calls for the perpetrators to be "brought to justice." Bangladesh Minister: Respond to the question concerning citizenship.
11/01/2017 10:27:00 MALAYSIA - MYANMAR
Kuala Lumpur, interfaith forum launches the Year of International Solidarity with Rohingya
ASEAN Rohingya Centre (ARC) organized a meeting dedicated to the suffering of the Muslim minority in Myanmar. Muslim, Christian and Buddhist leaders present. Need to raise awareness at the regional level and to put an end to abuses. OIC special envoy: "Shared hatred" in Burma towards the Rohingya. Malaysian churches: Government must care for refugees.
04/02/2015 MYANMAR - UN
Myanmar’s junta slams UN over interference in internal affairs
The Burmese government targets the Special Representative Yanghee Lee, who highlighted discrimination against the Rohingya and criticized the law governing marriages and conversions. Foreign Ministry "invites" UN to carry out its work in a "professional and prudent" manner. In recent weeks, the woman was already the subject of abuse by a Buddhist Monk.
02/05/2017 12:05:00 MYANMAR - BANGLADESH - CHINA
Rohingya crisis, Myanmar rejects the Chinese mediation offer
Naypyidaw does not want external interference in the resolution of the dispute concerning the Muslim minority inside. Spokesperson Aung San Suu Kyi: "We will resolve the issue bilaterally". Beijing’s interest masks the construction of a $ 1.5 billion oil pipeline.
As Muslim-Buddhist violence breaks out in Kachin state, Yangon archbishop calls for "peace and love"
Burmese authorities arrest two Buddhist suspects over an attack against the commercial activities of Muslims in a state in northern Myanmar. Terror and suspicion prevail in the Muslim minority. Archbishop Bo reiterates Pope Francis's call for a "community of love" that can "put an end to decades of conflict and oppression."
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