The United Nations has described the Myanmar government offensive in the north of Rakhine State on the Rohingya Muslims as ethnic cleansing.
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric says Myanmar government to organise trip. The UN wants "freer and wider access to the area".
The number of Myanmar refugees arriving in Bangladesh has risen to 480,000, prompting the UN refugee agency to call for international aid to be redoubled.
The United Nations General Assembly's annual debate session opened on September 19 with the Rohingya crisis, the Syria war and the UN's own performance in focus.
Amid mounting criticism over what the United Nations has termed the "ethnic cleansing" of Rohingya Muslims, leader Aung San Suu Kyi expresses sorrow over the crisis and appealed to the international community for help.
A closed-door meeting of the 15-member council says Myanmar is using excessive force in Rakhine state and calls for immediate action to end the violence.
Violence in Myanmar has been making headlines, but how did it start? Who are the people claiming to fight for the rights of the country's 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims? Why is the state persecuting the Rohingya?
Never accepted as citizens, left with no rights, public services, or identity documents, and forced to flee their homes, Muslim Rohingya are struggling for survival after decades of brutal attacks by the Myanmar government and Buddhist mobs.
Turkey's president talked to various Muslim heads and called on them to intensify efforts to help Myanmar's persecuted Rohingya Muslims.
Myanmar government accuses international NGOs of supporting armed groups as violence continues to escalate in the region.
The incident happened as thousands of Roghingya Muslims are trying to cross the border with Bangladesh to flee escalating violence.
Rohingyas, often called the most persecuted ethnic community in the world, close their eyes to tell the world that it is blind to their plight.
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