Suu Kyi was due to give a speech at Sydney's Lowy Institute on Tuesday but the institute said she had been forced to cancel as she was "not feeling well."
Aung San Suu Kyi arrived in Sydney on Sunday for a special Australia-ASEAN summit, sparking human rights protests over her attitude towards Rohingya genocide.
UN official Marzuki Darusman probing possible genocide in Myanmar’s Rakhine state says social media spread hate speech as military and Buddhist mobs forced nearly 700,000 Rohingya Muslims from villages.
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum says it is rescinding the award due to Aung San Suu Kyi's inaction over what it called "mounting evidence of genocide" committed by the Myanmar military against civilians from the Rohingya minority.
Reporting on the Rohingya crisis carries with it layers of complexity that often go unnoticed by the public at large. The violence faced by the Rohingya at the hands of the Myanmar government is just one part of what the community endures.
The UN assistant secretary-general for human rights says the nature of the violence against the Rohingya in Myanmar has "changed from the frenzied blood-letting to a lower intensity campaign of terror."
Border Guard Bangladesh says Myanmar officials have been using loudspeakers to urge Rohingya refugees in the no man's land to enter Bangladesh, which Dhaka does not want.
The US Ambassador to Thailand says Myanmar is not part of an annual joint military exercise in eastern Thailand as US lawmakers demanded Myanmar's exclusion from the exercise.
New Mon State Party and Lahu Democratic Union sign a ceasefire agreement in Myanmar's capital, joining eight other groups who had already signed. Some powerful rebel armies continue to fight and have resisted entering the ceasefire deal.
The report by Reuters lays out events leading up to the killing of 10 Rohingya men from Inn Din village in Rakhine state who were buried in a mass grave after being hacked to death or shot.
The two reporters, whose application for bail was declined at the last hearing, have now been in detention for eight weeks, first in police custody and then in Yangon's notorious Insein prison.
The Associated Press reports that at least five mass graves have been found in the Myanmarese village of Gu Dar Pyin, as the UN special envoy on human rights in Myanmar says, "you can see it's a pattern" that has emerged with the Rohingya.
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