The United Nations said 123,600 had crossed into Bangladesh in the past 11 days following an uptick in fighting between militants and Myanmar's military in strife-torn western Rakhine state, which raised fears of a humanitarian disaster.
Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize victor, tweeted on Monday that she's waiting for Suu Kyi to condemn the Rohingya's "tragic and shameful treatment".
Myanmar security forces claim that 370 fighters affiliated with the Arakan Rohingya Salvatoni Army (ARSA) were killed after a series of attacks on police outposts.
Foreign Minister Anifah Aman also said in a statement today that Malaysia was gravely concerned over the continuous violence perpetrated against the Rohingyas in the Rakhine state.
He said he left his village of Ngan Chaung on 25 August after it was attacked by Burmese security forces who shot at the villagers.
The report says many Muslims of all ethnicities have been refused national identification cards, while access to Islamic places of worship has been blocked in some places.
During his stay in Myanmar, Prime Minister Modi will also visit Bagan, a heritage city where the Archaeological Survey of India is involved in restoration work of a temple and some pagodas, and Yangon where he will interact with members of the Indian community.
Stylianides also called for a de-escalation in tension and for global human rights law to be observed, particularly in regard to civilians.
The majority are Muslim while a minority are Hindu.
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Suu Kyi responded positively to a five-point Indonesian plan to stabilize the situation, Marsudi said.
PAKISTAN, on Sunday, urged authorities in Myanmar to investigate reports of massacre of Rohingyas, hold those involved accountable and take necessary measures to protect the right of Rohingya Muslims.
The ongoing persecution of the Rohingya population in Myanmar once again highlights the pathetic condition of the stateless ethnic group. They are also among the world's most neglected persecuted ethnic groups.
Turkey's foreign minister on Saturday decried other Muslim countries' silence on the plight of the Rohingya Muslims.
Aung San Suu Kyi spent years in house arrest after she stood up to Myanmar's brutal dictatorship, earning her a reputation as a beacon of democracy and a Nobel Peace Prize.
Malaysia summoned Myanmar s ambassador U Sein Oo to the foreign ministry where Kuala Lumpur registered its "deep concern regarding the escalation of violence", warning that it could cause Rohingya refugees to flood into other Southeast Asian countries, a statement from the foreign office said. On Monday, some 200 people, including women and children, protested the violence at the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta, with some holding placards urging the government to stop the killing.
"She's a part of the problem, to be quite clear", he said.
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