Boris Johnson has urged Burmese authorities to carry out a full investigation into violence against Rohingya refugees.Read the full story ›
As Boris Johnson prepares to meet Aung San Suu Kyi, ITV News cameras filmed the charred remains of another of her nation's oppressed people.Read the full story ›
Rohingya refugees have fled mass murder, rape, and the burning of villages in what the UN called a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing".Read the full story ›
Youngsters have been targeted for attacks as well as used as human shields, forced into militias, raped and enslaved, says UNICEF.Read the full story ›
Médecins Sans Frontières says at least 6,700 of the deaths have been attributed to violence - including 730 children aged five or below.Read the full story ›
The Pope said a public condemnation of the violence against Rohingya Muslims would have 'slammed the door in the face' of his hosts.Read the full story ›
The UN has described the treatment of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as a 'textbook case of ethnic cleansing'.Read the full story ›
The UN has described the treatment of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as "ethnic cleansing", with more than 500,000 fleeing into Bangladesh.Read the full story ›
- 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 ›