- Video report by ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers
Of the million or so Rohingya Muslims who have lived in Myanmar, or Burma as it used to be, well over half have now fled for their lives.
The United Nations put that figure at 582,000, with 20,000 fleeing in the past three days.
Attacks by the Myanmar military have created the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world.
The UN has described the treatment of the Rohingya in Myanmar as "ethnic cleansing" with more than 500,000 fleeing into Bangladesh.Read the full story ›
The UN has described the treatment of Myanmar's Rohingya as "ethnic cleansing" with an estimated 400,000 fleeing into Bangladesh.Read the full story ›
Britain is to withdraw engagement with Myanmar's military until the campaign of violence against the Muslim Rohingya minority is ended.Read the full story ›
The de facto leader broke her silence and said that most Muslims had not fled the state, adding that violence had ceased.Read the full story ›
Nearly 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar - an estimated 60 percent of them are children.Read the full story ›
The UN secretary general is calling on authorities to end the violence against Rohingya Muslims as one third of the population flees.Read the full story ›
Violence faced by the Rohingya in Myanmar 'seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing', the United Nations human rights chief has said.Read the full story ›
The Muslim insurgents urged Myanmar's government to reciprocate as situation in refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh becomes desperate.Read the full story ›