Sep 20 2017
Myanmar's de facto leader and Noble peace prize victor Aung San Suu Kyi breaking her silence over the plight of Rohingya Muslims condemned all human rights violations and unlawful violence scorching through the Rakhine state.
She said Naypyidaw (Myammar's capital) was making every effort to restore peace and stability in Rakhine province.
Amnesty did say it was "positive" to hear Suu Kyi condemn any human rights violations in Rakhine state - where most of the Rohingya live - but it criticised her for being silent on the security forces' alleged brutalities.
She announced that Myanmar was ready to start a refugee verification process for those Rohingya Muslims who wished to return home. Suu Kyi did not address that accusation but said her government condemned rights violations and anyone responsible for abuses would face the law.
At least 250 people rallied on Parliament Hill on Sunday to demand the Canadian government do more than use their words to call for an end to the atrocities committed against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
Meanwhile, while British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson hosted a meeting to discuss the crisis at the United Nations yesterday, he did not call for punitive sanctions on the country, the New York Times reported.
Suu Kyi studied at the University of Oxford in the 1960s.
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Meanwhile, a Kurdish-led offensive, backed by the US-led coalition, is underway in the northern part of the province. The submarines launched the missiles from underwater in the eastern Mediterranean.
"May peace prevail and replace the hate and violence", said Mr McMillan.
"Burma is a complex nation as you all know", Suu Kyi said. "We are committed to the restoration of peace and stability and rule of law throughout the state", Suu Kyi said.
Myanmar has previously suggested it will not take back all who had fled across the border, accusing those refugees of having links to the Rohingya militants.
"On Aug 25, 30 police outposts were attacked; consequently govt declared Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army a terrorist group", the state counsellor said, describing the latest cause of the mass exodus.
Rohingya activists tell the publication that their accounts are frequently suspended or taken down as they post videos and photos showing the country's military persecuting them.
"The global community is committed to seeking a solution that ends this crisis and brings peace and stability to Rakhine State and the rest of Burma", the USA ambassador said in a statement.
And she said Muslims were not the only religious groups impacted by the recent conflict, noting that several other ethnic and religious groups have also fled the fighting. "Throughout the previous year, we continued with our program of development and establishment of peace", she said.
Sep 19 2017
Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian settle custody battle
If the ex have managed to find an agreement for custody of their daughter, they should find themselves in court for another case. But there was still some shade thrown, TMZ claims, "We're told Rob is concerned about Chyna's parenting".
Sep 18 2017
West Indies deny England again in one-off T20 in Durham
We kind of gave it an ultimatum... we got the outfield roped and we were in agreement that if it continued to be unsafe or if anything dramatic or drastic happened we'd call it quits.
Sep 17 2017
United Nations Security Council condemns highly provocative North Korea missile launch
The last set of sanctions included restrictions on North Korea's oil imports and a ban on its textile exports. McMaster said new sanctions on North Korea are just going into effect and need to be given a chance to work.
Sep 17 2017
California affordable housing bills clear Assembly
Lawmakers reached a deal on the proposal after resistance from law enforcement officials and Gov. The bill faced some opposition, including from the California State Sheriffs' Association.
Sep 16 2017
XI beat Pakistan by 7 wickets in 2nd T-20
In the first match of Independence Cup, he leaked as many as 51 runs and then scored a mere 17 in a pursuit of colossal total. In reply the World XI got off to a disastrous start, losing five wickets inside the tenth over with 67 runs in the board.
Sep 16 2017
Alphabet Chatting with Lyft About Possible $1 Billion Investment
The investment looks set to be a total of $1bn, with the capital coming from Google or Alphabet's private equity firm CapitalG. While the relationship was deteriorating , Waymo signed a pact with Lyft to be a partner on the testing of autonomous vehicles.
Sep 16 2017
Jennifer Garner cries over 'Hamilton' after dental anesthesia
While there are not that many people that beat classic internet video , but Jennifer Garner's recent #TBT comes damn close. The actress shared in the caption that she was delirious from laughing gas and novocaine after a dentist visit.
Sep 15 2017
IEA Sees Oil Market Moving Back Into Balance
The Paris-based IEA's monthly report noted that the US reliance on the Gulf Coast makes it vulnerable to events like Harvey. USA crude settled up $1.07, or 2. 2 percent , to $49.30 per barrel and Brent crude was up 89 cents to $55.16 a barrel.
Sep 13 2017
Report of active shooter at New Hampshire hospital
The hospital issued a "code silver" alert to employees, which alerts the possibility of somebody being violent with a weapon. Lebanon police said Tuesday that they are investigating reports of an active shooter at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Sep 12 2017
Stephen King tweets IT inspired message to the victims of Hurricane Irma
However, some estimates have It going as high as $120 to $125 million for its opening weekend, once the final totals come in. The worldwide sum hit $495.3M while the global gross rose to $823M passing the $816.3M of Wonder Woman in the process.
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