A puppy stands by remains of a dog local residents said was its mother, days after it was killed in an area burnt in violence at East Pikesake ward in Kyaukphyu, Myanmar, November 6, 2012. REUTERS/Minzayar

Mohammad Nur, 28, lay in a faint at a house in Taknaf, Bangladesh, where he was hiding from border officials with his wife and son Tuesday. Mr. Nur, a Rohingya Muslim from Myanmar, said he walked a day and night with his family to Bangladesh, fleeing violence in Myanmar. Andrew Biraj/Reuters

A boy displaced by recent violence stood near Owntaw refugee camp for Muslims outside Sittwe, Myanmar, Thursday. United Nations investigators called on Myanmar to halt deadly sectarian violence and warned it not to use the conflict as a pretext to remove minority Rohingya Muslims. Soe Zeya Tun/Reuters

An ethnic Shan Buddhist Novice Monk sits on a window sill after attending classes at Thone Htat Monastery in Yangon October 3, 2012. Thone Htat monastery houses a free school run by Buddhist monks and attended by 37 Buddhist novice monks and 10 other students. All of the Buddhist attendees are from the Shan, Pa-O and Wa ethnic groups. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

A man walks down a nearly empty road as he carries grass to feed his oxen at Myanmar’s new capital Naypyita August 5, 2012. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Men with pneumatic drills break rocks near a construction site at Myanmar’s new capital Naypyitaw August 5, 2012. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Lae Lae Win, wife of a veteran democrat and political prisoner Myint Aye, sits below portraits of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in her home in Yangon May 25, 2012. A mass amnesty in January saw the release of Myanmar’s most famous political prisoners, but about 400 more remain in jails across the country. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Rohingyas from Myanmar cry after being arrested by Border Guards of Bangladesh (BGB) while trying to get into Bangladesh, in Teknaf June 18, 2012. An unknown number of people fleeing sectarian violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine region are adrift in boats on the Naf River and some have been turned back by Bangladeshi border authorities, according to the United Nations refugee agency. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

Fishermen burn the propeller as they repair their boat by the river Naf, where Rohingyas from Myanmar have tried to get into Bangladesh by boats, in Teknaf June 17, 2012. The men have started fishing again after the Bangladesh border guard stopped activity on the river the past few days. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

Boys play in heavy rain at a Buddhist monastery used as a collective shelter for people displaced by recent violence in Sittwe June 13, 2012. Soldiers and riot police patrolled the streets of the Myanmar town of Sittwe on Wednesday to enforce a state of emergency after days of sectarian violence in which at least 21 people have been killed. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Members of Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB) stand guard by the river Naf as Rohingyas from Myanmar try to get into Bangladesh by boats in Teknaf June 12, 2012. The European Union said on Monday it was satisfied with Myanmar’s “measured” handling of the Muslim-Buddhist violence that engulfed one of its biggest towns at the weekend, while the United States urged all ethnic groups to work at reconciliation. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj

Rakhine Buddhist monks pray for peace at the Sule pagoda in central Yangon June 12, 2012. The European Union said on Monday it was satisfied with Myanmar’s “measured” handling of the Muslim-Buddhist violence that engulfed one of its biggest towns at the weekend, while the United States urged all ethnic groups to work at reconciliation. REUTERS/Minzayar