Britain has been urged to publicly press the Burmese government to “immediately stop all abuses”, as MPs voiced fresh concerns over the Rohingya crisis.
A plaque honouring controversial Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be removed from an Aberdeen park and replaced with a new marker paying tribute to the struggles of the country’s citizens.
A plaque in an Aberdeen park honouring a controversial Asian leader could be removed by city council chiefs.
A former Aberdeen student suspected of murdering a colleague in Myanmar will not be sent back to face trial.
BBC travel presenter Simon Reeve has revealed he helped a Rohingya refugee who was beaten by Burma’s military while filming his new series.
Aberdeen aid worker tells “harrowing” tales of Myanmar survivors – but international aid is saving lives
The Bangladeshi city of Cox’s Bazar has become one of the many pivotal points of the international relief effort to help thousands of men, women and children fleeing Myanmar.
Former Aberdeen student wanted for murder in south-east Asia spotted in Glasgow – one mile from police station
A former Aberdeen student wanted for the alleged murder of a colleague in south-east Asia last year has been spotted in Glasgow, it is understood.
A former Aberdeen student wanted for the murder of a colleague has been spotted in a remote part of Nepal.
An online campaign has been launched to try and help track down a former north-east student who is wanted in connection with the murder of a colleague.