Two members of the human rights group Amnesty International visit Burma this week to investigate the human rights situation in the country.
Both Amnesty International and Burma's military government say the two delegates will be in Burma for ten days, but declined to elaborate on the visit.
Human rights groups accuse Burma's military of raping women and children in their war against ethnic minority separatists, as well as using child soldiers. The United Nations says Burma continues to detain hundreds of political prisoners.
Information for this report is provided by Reuters.