Mr. Tun Khin President of BROUK BBC World News Interview

Mr. Tun Khin, President Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK had an interview on BBC World News studio London on 24th August 2016. Mr. Tun Khin spoke about the advisory commission on Rakhine State was formed, the commission is chaired by former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.

VICE News Reports on Escaping From Burma

At short 17 minute video shot by VICE reporters in Rohingya camps in Burma and visiting the Rohingya refugee community in Malaysia.

Rohingya Timeline

This timeline of critical moments in the history of the Rohingya people helps illustrate the continued persecution and genocide being perpetrated upon them by the Burmese government.

Hope for Myanmar's Rohingya rests with new government

Reporting from Western Rakhine state, CNN has filed a report from a Rohingya camp where they interviewed several Rohingya in light of the recent swearing-in of the NLD's Htin Kyaw as president of Burma.

Suu Kyi blames Burma violence on 'climate of fear'

British media reported that after a 2013 interview with BBC News presenter, Mishal Hussain, Suu Kyi was so angered by the aggressive questioning that she said to an aide, "No one told me that I was going to be interviewed by a Muslim." This is a clip from the interview.

Inside Story - Will Suu Kyi lead Myanmar from behind the scenes?

Burma's parliament is set to vote on a president for the nation on Monday. AlJazeera takes a look at who will lead the country, Aung San Suu Kyi or the generals? What it meas for minorities and especially the Rohingya.

Inside Story - Will Suu Kyi lead Myanmar from behind the scenes?

Burma's parliament is set to vote on a president for the nation on Monday. AlJazeera takes a look at who will lead the country, Aung San Suu Kyi or the generals? What it meas for minorities and especially the Rohingya.

Is This Freedom? Arrested in Burma For Making A Rohingya Calendar

In an example of the absurd nature of Burma's oppressive and xenophobic laws, a group of six men, Buddhists and Muslims who were printing a calendar about the Rohingya were arrested for threatening law and order in the country, merely for mentioning the name "Rohingya."

Aung San Suu Kyi Needs To Speak Out On Rohingya Rights [VIDEO]

Aung San Suu Kyi has positioned herself as the great hope for a future Democratic Burma and has been feted by Western media. However, as has been pointed out in previous articles she and the NLD have been reluctant to counter anti-Rohingya laws and the slow-burning genocide.

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