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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.
Bangladesh has handed Myanmar a list of 24,342 refugees whom they have cleared for repatriation, but details of the logistics and precise date of the repatriation are unclear.
Those who are responsible for atrocities committed against Rohingyas should be held accountable and laid emphasis on implementation of the Kofi Annan Commission recommendations, the Minister said.
Amid international call for prosecution, Myanmar to start returning Rohingya in November; Bangladesh agrees
More than 720,000 of Myanmar's stateless Rohingya fled a brutal military crackdown in August last year.
If the High Court upholds the verdict, the reporters will appeal to the country's Supreme Court in a process that would take at least another six months.
India and Myanmar on Monday inked a crucial MoU for the appointment of a private operator of the Sittwe Port that will boost connectivity and help in creating local job opportunities.
A total of 822 people were left without shelter, local media reported. Conditions in the camps are dire and Rohingya trapped there have no access to health care, education, work.
An increasing number of journalists have been arrested and jailed for their work under Myanmar's civilian government, led by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, a former political prisoner.
The hardline abbot on Sunday reverted to his signature rhetoric at the rally to protest calls for the ICC to investigate Myanmar's generals for genocide of Rohingya Muslims.
No weapons were recovered from the militant and further investigation is on, he said.
The Eleven Media Group editors were charged over an article published on Monday which accused the regional authorities of misusing public funds in relation to the purchase of school buses.
In the speech ahead of the summit in Tokyo, Suu Kyi said she was aware that peace and stability in her country were necessary for attracting foreign investment.
The Rohingya men, who had been in detention for immigration offences since 2012, were handed over to Myanmar authorities at a border crossing in India's northeast state of Manipur.
7 Rohingya immigrants' repatriation with 'full concurrence' of Myanmar, says External Affairs Ministry
The MEA statement came after the Supreme Court allowed the first ever deportation of seven illegally-migrated Rohingyas to Myanmar while rejecting a plea made by one of the Rohingyas.