The group Control Arms has accused the British government of double standards.
Authorities were alerted to the lab after workmen noticed suspicious items.
Thousands have fled from Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh.
UN Secretary General has warned that nuclear programme is world's "most serious crisis in years."
The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army has urged the Myanmar military to reciprocate the ceasefire.
Conflicting messages following the phone call by the news agencies of both countries sparked yet another row.
Duelling battles for Deir el-Zour highlight the importance of the oil-rich eastern province.
The human rights organization interviewed dozens of survivors in Basse-Kotto prefecture in the country's east.
Exodus from Myanmar's northern Rakhine state began 25 August after Rohingya insurgents attacked police posts.
The air raids reportedly targeted Isis engineers so as to cut down their ability to use drones in attacks.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned of possible ethnic cleansing and a "humanitarian catastrophe" in Myanmar's Rakhine state.
Attack brings number of people reported beheaded by al-Shabaab in Lamu County to 16 in the past three months.
Human Rights Watch says el-Sissi is pursuing stability "at any cost" and has allowed widespread torture.
More than 125,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh in less than two weeks to escape violence and alleged persecution in Myanmar.
Pyongyang has conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date.
The next missile test could be just days away as the country approaches its 69th anniversary.
State media reports that troops advancing from the west broke the siege after IS defenses collapsed.
Nearly 90 bodies in total are believed to have been buried in mass graves since June as troops battle Islamist militants in Marawi.
The Rohingya are effectively stateless. Neither Bangladesh nor Myanmar recognises them as citizens. They live in apartheid-like conditions.
The Korean Peninsula has been in a technical state of war since the Korean War ended in an armistice in 1953.
Missile and nuclear tests have become more common than ever, putting the world on edge.
Killings, torture, sexual violence, degrading treatment, enforced disappearances and arbitrary arrests have been taking place since April 2015.
The young dictator liked nothing more than belting out some Bernese folk when he went to school in Switzerland.
Philippine troops fighting Isis-linked Islamist insurgents in the city of Marawi say they have encountered armed resistance from women and children.
More than 800 people have been killed in the battle between Abu Sayyaf militants and the army.
Malala urges fellow Nobel laureate Suu Kyi to condemn 'shameful treatment' of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar
"The world is waiting and the Rohingya Muslims are waiting," the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize said.