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'If we were going to take in any for a fast-tracked program, we’d take in Rohingyans or Syrians.'
Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, is accused of turning a blind eye to the massacre of Rohingya Muslims.
Killings, rapes and other crimes against Muslim Rohingya have driven more than 600,000 into Bangladesh since August.
Violence against women and girls anywhere and at any time is not acceptable.
The U.S. said the military operation that drove 620,000 Rohingya to flee to Bangladesh amounted to "ethnic cleansing".
The idea of where we come from and where we belong is profound.
U.S. Congress members met with people affected by the military crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
A 15-year-old girl was stripped naked and gang raped by around 10 men.
The refugees are paving new footpaths, building bridges across water, and starting to rebuild their lives.
More than a million people are now clinging to life in drenching heat.
Australia's relations with Myanmar will continue despite ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims.
The government has now provided $30 million in assistance funding.
Shara Jahan also told her story to Amnesty. The 40-year-old woman was home with her husband and sons when they noticed nearby
Astonishing new drone footage has captured Rohingya refugees fleeing on foot from Myanmar to Bangladesh.  Released by the
Domestic investigations have largely dismissed refugees' claims.
Terrorist groups like Islamic State could gain a foothold in South-East Asia if violence continues against ethnic minorities
It’s been just over a month since Myanmar’s military launched a brutal campaign against minority Muslims living in Rakhine
Dozens of Rohingya Muslims have been treated for injuries consistent with violent sexual attacks.
New satellite images of Rohingya villages across Myanmar’s Rakhine State show alarming levels of devastation, advocates said