The number of refugees arriving in Bangladesh since 25 August has been estimated at 480,000 – 60% of them children.
Aung San Suu Kyi, previously described sexual violence as "weapon used to divide our country".
Young Rohingya refugees' drawings are filled with traumatic scenes such as people being shot or burned alive by the military.
A group of 300 Buddhist protesters tried to block Red Cross relief supplies.
The term Rohingya is too 'emotive' and 'highly charged' for an already affected population, Suu Kyi said.
A family with a tiny baby living in a concrete pipe, and another family burying a 70-year-old woman who died just days after they'd carried her all the way from Myanmar.
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The Indian government tells the Supreme Court not to interfere in proposed Rohingya deportations.
The wild elephants rampaged through a forested area where the man and the toddler were sleeping underneath a plastic tent.
Bangladesh Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Friday that Myanmar drones and helicopters flew into Bangladeshi airspace.
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Crisis has drawn global condemnation, with UN officials demanding Myanmar halt "campaign of ethnic cleansing".
Burmese government accused of widespread abuses against Muslim minority forced to flee to Bangladesh.
Myanmar's de-facto leader is accused of turning a blind eye to widespread atrocities against the minority.
Suu Kyi's decision has been attributed to the domestic security situation.
Aung San Suu Kyi's government has been accused of targeting Rohingyas in "ethnic cleansing" operation.
"We will not tolerate injustice," said Sheikh Hasina.
The attack was allegedly in response to the deepening crisis in the restive western Myanmar state of Rakhine.
Buddhist leader empathises as 270,000 Rohingya flee to Bangladesh after alleged persecution.
Thousands have fled from Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh.
The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army has urged the Myanmar military to reciprocate the ceasefire.
Exodus from Myanmar's northern Rakhine state began 25 August after Rohingya insurgents attacked police posts.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned of possible ethnic cleansing and a "humanitarian catastrophe" in Myanmar's Rakhine state.
More than 125,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh in less than two weeks to escape violence and alleged persecution in Myanmar.
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.
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.
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 government is blaming a pro-Rohingya armed group for the violence, but people fleeing the violence accuse government authorities.