“I have faith in the judge and judicial system, and I trust that the judge has the strength and integrity to only focus on the facts of the case and to ignore outside influences,” says Blackwood.
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Restoring citizenship rights for more than 800,000 stateless people in Arakan State is the “key issue” the United Nations wants resolved.
The Bangladesh government announced on Thursday that marriages between Rohingyas and Bangladeshis will be prohibited, according to a report by The Daily Star. An official from Bangladesh’s Ministry of Law said[…]
Burmese migrant workers in Thailand fear that a crackdown is imminent as 70 Burmese nationals were arrested in Mae Sot on Monday.
The passing of Kim Jong Il shows that tyrants will eventually fall. It is in Thein Sein’s interests to restore his country to democracy, rather than be ranked in the same category
Protesters demanding land rights are blocked by police in former capital who arrest three, including high-profile lawyer Phyo Phyu
Kachin rebels say number of clashes with Burmese army has doubled in recent weeks as Human Rights Watch warns of grisly human cost
Deal will see Australia send 800 ‘boatpeople’ to Malaysia in return for 4,000 migrants, but activists warn of Australian anti-immigration ruse
Only the Burmese opposition can re-invest sanctions with a political meaning that has largely been drained from them over the years
Activists allege Indian government is hiding intelligence misdemeanours behind case of imprisoned Karen and Arakanese resistance fighters
Malaysia deports three Burmese migrants who complained that company broke contract, while an additional two have since gone missing
War crimes have been committed by multiple parties to the conflict in Burma, all of whom must be investigated in any probe carried out by the UN