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Monthly Archives: July 2017

The chief editor of Kaladan Press Network dies

The chief editor of Kaladan Press Network dies

The chief editor of Kaladan Press Network, Mr. Abul Fayaz passed away on early morning of Monday (31-7-2017) at his residence. He was well known for his contributions to the Rohingya media, as well...
Suspicious tents

‘Militant’ tents found in Maungdaw

Militant tents have allegedly been found by villagers in the Mayu mountains on July 29 while they were searching for Than Htay, who went missing last week in the forest. They took photographs and...
A prominent Myanmar journalist was detained as he tried to leave the country after an ultra-nationalist group filed a suit against him, a colleague said Sunday

Myanmar reporter detained at airport

Swe WinA prominent Myanmar journalist was detained as he tried to leave the country after an ultra-nationalist group filed a suit against him, a colleague said Sunday. Swe Win, the editor of Myanmar Now, was...
A Border Guard Police officer walks past a Rohingya woman in northern Rakhine State

The ugly spectre of communal violence returns to Rakhine

A lynching in Sittwe and a defiant response to government moves against the hardline Buddhist group known as Ma Ba Tha raise concern about the possibility of fresh outbreaks of violence. AFTER A period of...
OIC chief due Wednesday; Rohingya issue on agenda

OIC chief due Wednesday; Rohingya issue on agenda

OIC chief. Photo: UNBSecretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Yousef A Al Othaimeen is scheduled to arrive in Dhaka on Wednesday and will visit Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar on Friday...
Pope Francis likely to visit Bangladesh, Myanmar in late November

Pope Francis likely to visit Bangladesh, Myanmar in late November

Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church, the largest Christian Church of the world, may visit Bangladesh and Myanmar in November, Argentine news agency Telam said. Cardinal Patrick D’Rozario, of Bangladesh, told cruxnow.com that a...
Former United Nations (UN) chief Kofi Annan (C), who chairs the advisory commission of Rakhine State attends a press conference during four-day visit, at Sule Shangri-la Hotel in Yangon, Myanmar on September 8, 2016.

Rights commission to submit recommendations to Myanmar

  Kofi Annan-led commission to submit recommendations in August to solve conflict between Rakhine and Rohingya groups A commission tasked with finding solutions to complicated issues in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state is scheduled to submit its...
When Conceptualizing Genocide Matters More Than Preventing It: The Persecution Of Rohingya Muslims In Myanmar

When Conceptualizing Genocide Matters More Than Preventing It: The Persecution Of Rohingya Muslims In...

The word Genocide is a 20th century neologism developed by the United Nations in the second half of the 1940s to identify a conceptual framework describing the tragedy of the Holocaust. In 1946, the...
Iranians Stage Rally in Tehran in Support of Palestinians, Rohingya Muslims

Iranians Stage Rally in Tehran in Support of Palestinians, Rohingya Muslims

Participants in the demonstration, held in Tehran after Friday prayers, decried recent Israeli attacks against Palestinians and the regime’s moves to desecrate al-Aqsa Mosque. In a statement issued at the end of the rally, the...
Thailand can do more on human trafficking

Thailand can do more on human trafficking

High-profile convictions of dozens of people, including an army general, a step in the right direction but the underlying problems remain Thailand has taken a significant step towards eliminating human smuggling and trafficking with the...
Indian MPs Worried About Rohingya Refugees in Kashmir

Indian MPs Worried About Rohingya Refugees in Kashmir

A member of the upper house of the Indian Parliament has raised security concerns over the settlement of Rohingya Muslims in and around Jammu and Ladakh regions of the Indian side of Kashmir. New Delhi...
Rohingya villagers watch as international media visit Maung Hna Ma village, Buthidaung township, northern Rakhine state, Myanmar July 14, 2017. Picture taken July 14, 2017.

New chairman appointed to U.N. mission probing Myanmar abuses

YANGON (Reuters) - The United Nations' Human Rights Council has replaced the chairwoman of a team investigating allegations of killings and rape by Myanmar's security forces, it said on Thursday, amid concerns over her...

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UK says pressed Aung San Suu Kyi on ‘justice and accountability’ for Rohingya

NAYPYITAW: Myanmar must ensure there is "no hiding place" for those responsible for crimes against its Rohingya minority if it is to...

Myanmar Not Listening To Us: US On Rohingya Crisis

Rohingya crisis: UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres weighed in on the arrest and sentencing of two Reuters journalists in Myanmar, saying it is not...

ICC referral may need to be considered over Rohingya treatment: UK

A Rohingya girl walks in a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar. Photo courtesy: MSF Reuters, London British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Thursday that...

World ‘won’t rest’ on Rohingya crisis

UK's Hunt tells Suu Kyi, raises concerns on jailing of journos British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt ( L ) meets Myanmar state counsellor Aung...

Jeremy Hunt: Burmese generals must face justice over Rohingya

British foreign secretary speaks after meeting Myanmar’s de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi Jeremy Hunt meets villagers in Maungdaw, Rakhine state. Photograph: Ye...