Daily Archives: October 31, 2017

ICG Warns on Myanmar Sanctions

ICG Warns on Myanmar Sanctions

YANGON — The International Crisis Group warned policy makers in Europe that re-imposing sanctions may not be helpful to address Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis as it could risk constraining future policy options as well as...
Thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar walk along a muddy rice field after crossing the border in Palang Khali, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images

Govt Suggests Possible Daily Repatriation of 300 Rohingya Refugees

YANGON — The government has estimated it can take back about 300 Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh per day and said there is a need to scrutinize the refugees under the four main principles of...
Laundry hangs on a line overlooking the sprawling refugee camp on Oct. 2, 2017 in Balukhali, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images

Discussion on Rohingya crisis offers insight into political state of Myanmar

On Monday, Oct. 23, assistant professor from the Department of Creative Writing Charmaine Craig, associate professor from the Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies Tamara Ho, and assistant professor from the Department of Ethnic...
South-Asian community held protest outside White House in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims

South-Asian community held protest outside White House in solidarity with Rohingya Muslims

South-Asian community members from Metropolitan Washington area staged a peaceful demonstration against the ongoing genocide of Rohingyas in front of the White House on October 29, 2017. More than 500,000 Rohingyas fleeing a military crackdown...
Two Myanmar journalists detained in Cox’s Bazar on espionage charges

Bangladeshi held ‘for conspiring with Myanmar’

A Dhaka court has sent a Bangladeshi citizen from Rakhine community to jail on charges of pilfering state information to Myanmar and conspiring to conduct subversive activities in Bangladesh with the help of Myanmar-based...
Trump needs to say something — and do something — about the assault on the Rohingya

Trump needs to say something — and do something — about the assault on...

THE BIGGEST and most ruthless campaign of ethnic cleansing the world has seen in years continues unabated in Burma. Since Aug. 25, more than 600,000 members of the Rohingya community have been driven across...
Malaysian filmmaker Edmund Yeo (L) and actress Daphne Low attend a post-screening Q&A session about their movie "Aqerat (We the Dead)" duri

New film ‘Aqerat’ depicts continued plight of Rohingya refugees

TOKYO (Reuters) - Rohingya refugees flee Myanmar for a new life in Malaysia only to suffer continued violence in the film, "Aqerat (We the Dead)", which paints a complicated portrait of a young woman...

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UN: Rohingya represent ‘world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis’

A Rohingya girl, drenched by rain, carries a child through a refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, on Sunday. (Reuters) DHAKA: The more than half-a-million...
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Rohingya Refugees in Delhi Are Scared of the Govt and the Media

“There is a lot of violence there. There's no employment for us. There is no media to represent us. If the Indian government wants...

Repatriation of Rohingya Refugees: An Aberration on India’s Humanitarian Legacy

October 16, 2018 On October 04, 2018, India handed over seven Rohingya immigrants to the Myanmar authorities at Moreh on the India-Myanmar border. The Supreme...

Rohingya Crisis: Nine countries request UNSC meeting with world body’s fact-finding mission on Myanmar...

United Nations: The United States and eight other countries on Tuesday requested a UN Security Council meeting on Myanmar to hear from a UN...

UN migration agency: young Rohingya girls, largest group of trafficking victims in camps

Rohingya refugees make their way down a footpath during a heavy monsoon downpour in Kutupalong refugee settlement, Cox's Bazar district. 2018.© UNHCR/David Azia 16 October...