Myanmar

The United Nations (UN)’s special envoy to Myanmar says the Myanmarese government is “unwilling” to investigate state-sponsored violence against the Rohingya Muslim community in the country, calling on the international community to take action before it is too late.

Myanmar's military campaign to kill or drive away its ethnic minorities is worsening despite a growing international outcry, according to a State Department religious freedom report that was released on Tuesday.

The Assyrian Association of Tehran condemned the ongoing killings and displacement of Rohingya Muslims at the hands of Myanmar’s military as “a full-blown genocide” and offered sympathies with the victims and Muslims around the world.

DEVAMM (the Center for Protection of Freedom of Conscience and Religion ) made a statement on crimes that have been continuously taking place  in Myanmar.

Malaysia will consider action against Myanmar following the latter's decision to deny entry to a United Nations fact-finding mission probing the abuse of Rohingya Muslims in the country.

The Iranian Judiciary branch should legally intervene in issues such as sanctions, confiscations by the US, and terrorism, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said.

Myanmar army has come under pressure following new photos released of victims at a refugee camp where Muslim minorities have sustained burns and wounds by army members.

The UN children's agency UNICEF called on Myanmar's government to release Rohingya children detained as part of a sweeping military campaign in Rakhine state.

The UN special rapporteur on Myanmar has expressed concern that the Southeast Asian country may be seeking to "expel" all members of the persecuted Rohingya Muslim community from its territory.

Myanmar's security forces have committed mass killings and gang rapes of Rohingya Muslims and burned their villages since October in a campaign that probably amounts to crimes against humanity and possibly "ethnic cleansing", the UN human rights office said on Friday.

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