> Protests in Indonesia's capital, culminating in a Molotov cocktail thrown at Myanmar's embassy there. Indonesia is one of several predominantly Muslim countries, that have joined Western pressure on Suu Kyi.
They say she's failed to provide a voice for the Rohingya, who for years have said they're been persecuted by the Buddhist majority, most recently in a military crack-down that began in August. The resulting clashes have killed at least 400 people. Almost 90,000 have fled to Bangladesh alone. These bodies didn't make it, it's believed they drowned when their boat capsized.
Myanmar's government says it's fighting a legitimate campaign against Rohingya insurgents, who last month launched simultaneous attacks on dozens of police stations, and a military base. This charred village was shown to Reuters by the military, who say it was the result of one militant assault, although the claim couldn't be verified.
Rohingya are not recognized as citizens of Myanmar, and it's military has long been accused of human rights abuses in its dealings with the minority.