Overwhelmed and underfunded, aid agencies in Bangladesh are at the breaking point. But nearly three weeks into Rakhine State's bloody conflict, the humanitarian crisis shows no signs of relenting. Katie Arnold visited the refugee camps near the southern city of Cox's Bazaar and has this report.
As Myanmar begins a new era with a democratically elected government, many issues of the past confront the new leadership. Among them is press freedom in a country where journalists have been routinely harassed or jailed.
In less than a month, Myanmar's National League for Democracy will assume control of government and they do so with a huge mandate from the country's ethnic minorities. As Katie Arnold reports, many of those ethnic groups are eagerly waiting to see what the new government will do for their lives.
With just over a month until Myanmar's landmark elections, there are rising concerns over the use of religion to stoke fears and marginalize minorities. Buddhist Nationalist group Ma Ba Tha - known for its anti-muslim stance - has become more vocal, leading to worries that it is intimidating the country's Muslim minority. Katie Arnold reports.