Myanmar's prominent opposition leader led the National League for Democracy (NLD) party to win the 2015 general election.
Under the country's military rule, Suu Kyi spent many years under house arrest, winning the Nobel Peace Prize for her lifetime's work, campaigning for democracy.
The museum said it wished the Nobel Peace laureate "would have done something" to stop a brutal campaign against the Rohingya population. More than 40,000 people have been "lost" and presumed dead, according to a report.
This week, we'll take a look at a deadly conflict over resources in Nigeria that's pitted farmers against herdsmen. We'll talk about press freedom with Reuters' Myanmar Bureau Chief — his two reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have been in prison for over two months now. And: How a sex scandal is turning the aid sector upside down.
Myanmar's authorities jailed two Reuters reporters for allegedly obtaining secret documents back in December when Wa Lone (pictured) and Kyaw Soe Oo were investigating a massacre in western Rakhine state where Rohingya Muslims were killed. They are facing up to 14 years in prison under Myanmar's "Official Secrets Act". DW speaks to Reuters Myanmar Bureau Chief Antoni Slodkowski.
Reuters news agency has published a report by two arrested reporters on the massacre of 10 Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The news agency says they were arrested because of their investigation and called for their release.