200,000 Rohingya gathered peacefully yesterday to mark “Genocide Day,” 2 years after a brutal military crackdown in Myanmar (Burma) drove 740,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, Al Jazeera reports.   So far, repatriation offers have received no takers. At the rally, Rohingya…

Reports of human rights abuses in Eritrea are coming into focus this week, Deutsche Welle reports, at the United Nations Human Rights Council underway in Geneva and in a new report by Amnesty International

Yemen’s relentless war has killed nearly 100,000 people, according to a retrospective report that folds in data from 2015—the year that a Saudi-led coalition entered the conflict, ReliefWeb reported.

Several thousand women—so-called ISIS widows—have been left stranded with young children after their husbands died with fighting the Islamic State.   Heavily Muslim Bosnia-Herzegovina, a top per capita exporter of ISIS fighters, is weighing the complex question of whether…

Dozens of Rohingya Muslim women and girls detailed horrific “sweeping and methodical” rape at the hands of Burma’s security forces. Aung San Suu Kyi’s government denies accounts of rape; an internal military investigation last month concluded such assaults never took place…

While the world’s top wheat producers are delivering bumper crops that are driving down prices, more than 50 million people in 17 conflict countries are suffering “severe food insecurity.” 14 million people in Yemen—more than half the population are facing a food crisis or…