Topic: Aung San Suu Kyi
Long-simmering fears of a military-led subversion of Myanmar's recent steps toward democracy became reality early Monday as the nation's armed forces arrested civilian leader...
Myanmar’s military detained the country’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi, President Win Myint and other top officials from the governing party on Monday, seizing power in a coup less than 10 years after it handed over power to a civilian government, reported news agencies.
The City of London Corporation (CLC) on Thursday revoked an honour granted to Aung San Suu Kyi over the treatment of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, Al Jazeera reported.
In this film, Al Jazeera Arabic correspondent Salam Hindawi goes to Myanmar to investigate the situation surrounding the Rohingya
Aung San Su Kyi says there is no ethnic cleansing, I too agree with her because ethnic cleansing is very soft word to use,...
' People are being arrested with false accusations every day and are being charged bribes in their poor situation and if they can’t afford to give money then they are imprisoned for years without appearing at the court. It is like hunter going to forest to hunt animal without any justification, wherever and whenever they wish. The government of Myanmar is doing the same with us, hunting us whenever they wish no justice for our people at all. Today they already driven out half of the Rohingya population and the remaining half are living in persecution.'