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Myanmar's Rohingya Crackdown 'Crimes Against Humanity': Top UN Official

Myanmar’s Rohingya Crackdown ‘Crimes Against Humanity’: Top UN Official

A top official with the United Nations has warned Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi that a crackdown on the Rohingya by the military and police amounted to “crimes against humanity” and that the...
Anifah: Malaysia will continue to address Rohingya plight

Anifah: Malaysia will continue to address Rohingya plight

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will not stop in its efforts to address issues affecting the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar. Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman (pic) said humanitarian assistance as well as continuous pressure from the...
Restricted by their alien status and unable to earn their livelihoods, Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar have been reduced to living on the streets and begging from passing vehicles

Establish secretariat to help Rohingya in health, education programmes – Abdul Hadi

PUTRAJAYA: The World Union of Muslim Scholars today urged Islamic countries to establish a secretariat for coordinating health and education development programmes for Muslim minorities, particularly in assisting the Rohingya community in Myanmar. Establish secretariat...
Central delegation to review threat perception

Refugee Rohingya families in Jammu facing expulsion

JAMMU: A young poor Rohingya Muslim couple is busy in conservation in a small dark shed in Narwal area of Jammu. Two bare-footed little kids of the couple are sitting and playing on dusty...
A Rohingya refugee girl carries a baby inside a refugee camp in Sitwe, in the state of Rakhine, Myanmar March 4, 2017

With a Stroke of Red Pen, Myanmar’s Rohingya Fear Losing Right to Return

SITTWE, Myanmar (Reuters) - Since security forces swept into their villages in northwestern Myanmar late last year, around 75,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled across the nearby border to Bangladesh. Many now fear that the...
A turning point in the Rohingya crisis

A turning point in the Rohingya crisis

Last month, the UN released a damning ‘Flash Report’ based on interviews with more than 220 members of the Rohingya minority group who had fled from northern Rakhine State in Myanmar to Bangladesh since...
Rohingya refugees gather for aid supplies at the Balu Khali refugee camp in Chittagong, Bangladesh

EU risks complicity in crimes against Rohingya

SITTWE, Burma — Burma is spiralling into violence once again, and as the former military dictatorship engages in another wave of mass atrocities, the European Union has become suddenly shy at the diplomatic wheel....
Ko Ni, a prominent member of Myanmar's Muslim minority and legal adviser for Myanmar's ruling National League for Democracy, during an interview in Yangon, Jan. 13, 2016. Ko Ni was shot dead Jan. 29, 2017.

Murdered Lawyer Was Working on Plan to Undercut Myanmar Military

A close associate of murdered Myanmar lawyer Ko Ni says the constitutional expert was working on a plan to weaken the military's political power when he was gunned down at Yangon's airport soon after...
ৃn Indonesian protester holds a poster with a defaced image of Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi during a recent protest in Jakarta against the Rohingya violence.

Amid mounting criticism, is Aung San Suu Kyi still a noble Nobel winner?

THE plight of the Rohingya was brutally summed up by UN special rapporteur Yanghee Lee when she told of horrific allegations from the community of children being thrown into fires, people tied up indoors...

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Rohingya refugee children shout slogans during a protest against repatriation efforts, Unchiprang refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Nov. 15, 2018.

Rohingya Shot in Camp in Myanmar

    Reports of shootings, allegedly by Myanmar police, at a camp for Rohingya refugees in Rakhine state have sparked concern by United Nations officials. Knut Ostby,...
Bangladesh has made some improvements to the islet, including housing for about 100,000 refugees. A look at the development of Bhasan Char, formed by silt deposits from the Meghna River, over the past 20 years.

Bhasan Char: Bangladesh Builds New Rohingya Camp

The Bangladesh government wants to send about 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a muddy, uninhabited island — "formed only in the last 20 years by...
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) has decided to send a regional taskforce to Myanmar to assist the Rohingya repatriation from Bangladesh

Rohingya Repatriation: Asean to send taskforce to Myanmar

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) has decided to send a regional taskforce to Myanmar to assist the Rohingya repatriation from Bangladesh. The decision...
Repatriations are set to begin on Thursday, but most, if not all, have said they do not want to go back

Rohingya refugees flee camps to avoid return to Myanmar

  Rohingya Muslims say their evening prayers in a half completed structure at a refugee camp in Bangladesh.Photograph: SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Rohingya refugees are...
King Salman bin Abdulaziz (R) meeting receiving Bangladesh s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina (L) at the royal palace in the capital Riyadh on October 17, 2018. (Photo via AFP)

Saudi Arabia to deport scores of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh: Report

Saudi Arabia is set to send scores of Rohingya Muslim refugees to Bangladesh, years after they fled persecution in their home country; but have...