- watch this video: Amid Myanmar’s reforms, violence against minorities continues, 34.29 min, on AlJazeera (also on YouTube);
- Nobody’s people in a no-man’s land: Nearly a million Rohingya living in Myanmar are unwanted at home and shunned by neighbouring countries, on AlJazeera, by Subir Bhaumik, August 16, 2012;
- Myanmar’s Rohingya languish in refugee camps: Exclusive report from Rakhine state where thousands have been displaced by ethno-sectarian violence, on AlJazeera, by staff, August 14, 2012;
- See complete files on AlJazeera.
In Myanmar’s northwest, ethnic and religious tensions continue to fuel violence against Muslim Rohingyas, a minority group denied citizenship and legal rights by the government. A new report from Human Rights Watch says Burmese security forces are also complicit. Since the recent unrest began in June, about 80,000 have been displaced, and neighbouring Bangladesh is refusing the entry of Rohingya refugees fleeing the violence. Earlier this month Myanmar’s President Thein Sein, who has been lauded for leading recent political reforms, even suggested that the Muslim minority should be moved out of the country … (full text).