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A brutal army campaign in 2017 forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims over the border into Bangladesh, operations justified by the army as a way to stamp out Rohingya militants.
Myanmar said it was defending itself against Rohingya militants who attacked police posts and has denied almost all claims of atrocities.
The social media giant -- Myanmar's most popular and influential site -- has been lambasted for years for its ineffective response to malicious posts, particularly against the country's Rohingya Musli
The central tenets of India's foreign policy are guided by recognition that the road to development runs through the region.
The housing units were handed over after President Ram Nath Kovind and his Myanmar counterpart U Win Myint held delegation-level talks and decided to step up bilateral ties.
The President said that residents of India's Northeast region have particularly welcomed and are beginning to reap the benefits of the Land-border Crossing Agreement concluded recently.
To plug the gap tens of thousands of poor women from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam are sold as brides each year, some going willingly, while others are tricked or trafficked.
India's Ambassador to Myanmar, Vikram Misri handed over a cheque of USD 5 million to Myanmar's Minister for Border Affairs, Lt General Ye Aung at a ceremony on Monday.
About 100 people led by Buddhists monks marched through the state capital Sittwe holding red banners and chanting slogans.
Myanmar is 90 per cent Buddhist, and October and November are packed with donation drives in the aftermath of Buddhist Lent.
Speculation of a malaria outbreak was ruled out after medical tests came out negative.
According to a UN-brokered deal with Myanmar and Bangladesh, all repatriations must be voluntary.
The Indian women's team advanced to the second round after finishing second in Group C with four points from three matches, behind table-toppers Myanmar.
Dhaka and Naypyidaw have agreed last month to begin by mid-November the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled to Bangladesh to escape a Myanmar army crackdown.
Suu Kyi has said little in defence of the Reuters journalists, who will have spent a year in prison next month. They are appealing.