Burma

Theresa May has cut off UK aid for the Myanmar military until the campaign of violence against the Muslim Rohingya has ended
More than 200 villages have been burnt to the ground.
The family was forced to flee from Myanmar to Bangladesh amid ongoing violence.
Baroness Warsi also savages muted response of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson
There has been a call for the mainstream media to highlight the plight of the Rohingya Muslims plight in Burma and a call for government officials to step in and help in the plight. Human rights organisations need to help provide the much needed support and intervention that the Rohingya community so desperately need.
Almost 400 people have died in the recent unrest, with the Burmese military accused of committing crimes against humanity
A shocking new report by Amnesty International into ongoing human rights violations in Kachin State and northern Shan State
Throughout the world, writing as a Muslim and a Christian from two different countries and two different political traditions, we cry out for three simple principles: recognition of human dignity for all, defence of freedom of religion or belief for all, and action to promote dialogue and understanding and drive intolerance from our places of worship, our streets, our chatrooms and our legislatures for good.
Precisely because some of my own friends have been killed or jailed under unjust blasphemy laws, I take very seriously Voltaire's principle - I disagree with what he said, but I will defend to the death his right to say it.