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Meanwhile, the magistrate supervising the case against two imprisoned Reuters reporters has denied a motion to consider the statement of a whistle-blowing policeman "hostile".
One Yangon court rejected a request to dismiss the indictment of imprisoned Reuters reporters Ko Wa Lone and Ko Kyaw Soe Oo and said he needed to listen to more proof. It is the aim of the Institute to foster a corporate citizenship policy and evidence-based decision-making to foster peacemaking and intergovernmental understanding.
Myanmar's military leader said seven troops were convicted of involvement in the extra-judicial murders of 10 Rohingya Muslim men last year. For some, the National League for Democracy's choice to support U T Khun Myat as the new Hluttaw spokesman came as a shock, not least because he is not a partisan.
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Bangladeshi internationals and others have demonstrated that many of the nearly 700,000 Rohingya Muslims who have escaped Myanmar "bear the brunt of violent acts of violence " and that improving the roads infrastructures will also improve the socio-economic situation of the area' s population, said Mansukh L Mandaviya, Minister of State for Roads and Motorways, in a letter to Lok Sabha.
Raveesh Kumar, spokesman for the State Department, said that global international peacefulness and domestic reconstruction in Myanmar will also promote peaceful and prosperous conditions in the north-eastern Indian area. Bangladesh and Myanmar Ministers for International Relations gathered in Dhaka to conclude the 23 November Memorandum of Understanding on the volunteer returns of almost three-quarters of a million Stateless Rohingya who live in shelters along the Thai borders.
Aung San Suu Kyi did not directly refer to the sex tourism of refugees in a address to Myanmar's EU and Asia spokesmen in Naypyitaw, Myanmar's capitol. On Tuesday, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was also scheduled to meet her in Manila and then visit Myanmar.
The communiqué, which Reuters saw on Monday, mentioned the importance of providing aid to the disaster-stricken population of Vietnam and a recent municipal struggle with Islamic fighters in the Philippines, as well as "affected communities" in North Rakhine State. Reuters' sole investigative study of IOM's investigation into Tibetan Bangladesh's capture and trade in human rights centers also included reports from 11-year-old Rohingya women who got remarried and mothers who said that the trade union would offer security and shelter.
While the US is taking a more proactive part in the area - several US missions have been passing through in recent week - Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is planning to visit Myanmar on Wednesday to see Suu Kyi, the nation's head, and military head Min Aung Hlaing.
United Nations has condemned the violent events of the last 10 week as a classical example of racial cleanup. Myanmar's administration has rejected accusations of ethnical persecution. On November 15, Tillerson will visit Naypyidaw to talk to top leaders about the Rakhine state' s human itarian crises and US assistance to Myanmar' s democratization, the State Department said.
Tillerson spoke to Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, the Commander-in-Chief of the Burmese Armed Forces, on the "ongoing human rights crises and horrors in Rakhine". Almost 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have escaped to Bangladesh since the end of August to avoid the fighting in Myanmar's Rakhine State, where the military has taken a strong stance against fighters.
Almost 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have escaped to Bangladesh since the end of August to avoid the fighting in Myanmar's Rakhine State, where the military has taken a strong stance against fighters. It demands "concrete action against the Myanmar administration to end the fighting, help the Burmese population and make it clear that there will be repercussions for those who perpetrate such horrors against civilians".