The group wrote to Suu Kyi that it was "profoundly dismayed that you no longer represent a symbol of hope, courage, and the undying defence of human rights".
- by Simon Lewis
Facebook is admitting that it didn't do enough to prevent its services from being used to incite violence and spread hate in Myanmar.
Genocide is still taking place against Rohingya Muslims remaining in Myanmar, UN investigators said on Wednesday.
Canada's Senate voted unanimously to strip the former Nobel Peace Prize winner of the symbolic honour bestowed on her in 2007.
Australian investigator who has uncovered evidence of gang rape, mass murder and other war crimes in Myanmar says treatment of Rohingyas is genocide - and believes Australia must act.
- by Nick McKenzie & Nicole Precel
Graphic detaills have emerged of how soldiers killed infants and small children, shot unarmed men, and raped women, often in public.
- by Matt Spetalnick
The court's chief prosecutor said she would look at reports of "coercive acts having resulted in the forced displacement of the Rohingya people".
- by Mike Corder
The Australian government is considering options in response to the fact-finding mission's report, including targeted sanctions.
A leading UN human rights investigator has criticised Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's civilian leader, for acting as a "fig leaf for military atrocities".
- by Nicola Smith
Myanmar's de facto leader leaves herself open to accusations she was taking the side of the military forces responsible for atrocities.
- by Michael Ruffles