Disturbing photos from Rohingya camps in western Burma
World Press Photo announced their winners for photos of the year. Here's what they say.
The "four eights" pro-democracy movement in Burma changed the course of the country and set it on its path toward finally opening.
The rapidly growing movement professes sectarian violence that bears little resemblance to the Buddhism of the Dalai Lama.
Anti-Muslim violence in the city of Meiktila, undisturbed for days by the military, wiped entire communities off the map.
The journalist and co-founder of Burma's National League for Democracy spent most of his incarceration in solitary confinement.
From democracy in Burma to neo-Nazism in Greece, from martyrdom in South Africa to heroism in China, the biggest stories and most compelling scenes of 2012, captured in photos.
The 50-minute video, embedded here, chronicles the plight of a Muslim minority in the country.
In 2007, as protests swept the country, a photographer captured Japanese journalist Kenji Nagai's shocking death.
Three filmmakers visited the country at a precious moment before its opening.