Human Rights Watch says el-Sissi is pursuing stability "at any cost" and has allowed widespread torture.
"Ultimately, this is about basic decency" Obama wrote in a statement.
UNHCR pleads for assistance, saying it needed more land to be made available so it could set up new camps
The Rohingya are effectively stateless. Neither Bangladesh nor Myanmar recognises them as citizens. They live in apartheid-like conditions.
The victims are Muslim, and the persecutors are Buddhist - which doesn't neatly fit our Western world-view.
A BBC Panorama programme detailed a 'culture of abuse' at the site.
Almost 90,000 people have fled the country to Bangladesh after security forces torched entire villages.
Among new arrivals, about 16,000 are school-age children and more than 5,000 are under the age of five, aid workers say.
The West's indifference to Iran's historic crimes lets my brother's killers get away with murder.
"Myanmar doesn't distinguish between the terrorists and civilians. They are hunting all the Rohingya."
Jess Phillips has criticised certain south Asian communities' attitudes towards the role of women.
President Kadyrov claims children of divorced parents are more likely to join extremist groups.
Tensions running high in Rome as hundreds of refugees evicted from houses encamp in streets as 'they have nowhere to go'
Alisha Coleman, a former 911 operator, is suing her former employer with the help of ACLU.
"I had never seen bananas."