As the humanitarian crisis for Rohingya Muslims worsens, envoys are reluctant to criticize Aung San Suu Kyi even though they seem to have been frozen out.
Ms. Yingluck, who is said to be in Dubai, was convicted of negligence over a rice-subsidy program. The verdict bars her from politics for life.
Concern is rising that Rohingya Muslims — both militants and those displaced in recent attacks — will be exploited by international terrorist groups.
“You cannot help everyone, so you tell yourself that documenting their suffering is a form of aid.”
The new settlements will be built in the next 10 days on 2,000 acres near the border to house the thousands who have fled from Myanmar, officials said.
Tens of thousands escaped into Bangladesh, where they told New York Times journalists accounts of massacres by security forces. Hunger and hardship await them across the border.
The crackdown comes as Cambodia’s long-serving leader, Hun Sen, tries to solidify his grip on power before elections next year.
Images of a damaged U.S. Navy destroyer come as America’s allies have grown concerned that the Trump administration’s actions provide an opening for China.