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Congresswoman Betty McCollum

McCollum Condemns Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingya, Urges Resolution to Humanitarian Crisis

Congresswoman Betty McCollum (DFL-Minn.) delivered the following remarks on the House Floor in support of H. Con. Res. 90, which condemns the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya in Burma and calls for an end...
Burma Rohingya Crisis: UN cannot rule out 'elements of genocide', says human rights chief

Special Session of the Human Rights Council on the human rights situation of the...

Statement by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein 5 December 2017 Distinguished President, SRSG Patten, Chair of the Coordinating Committee Devandas Aguilar, Chair of the Fact Finding Mission Darusman, Excellencies, Colleagues and friends, I am grateful for this...
Chief Justice Misra

No serious moves to drive out Rohingyas right now, SC told

The Supreme Court on Tuesday was told by a Rohingya petitioner that there were no serious moves by the Indian government to send Rohingya refugees in the country back to Myanmar. Mohammad Salimullah's counsel Prashant...
Burma Rohingya Crisis: UN cannot rule out 'elements of genocide', says human rights chief

Burma Rohingya Crisis: UN cannot rule out ‘elements of genocide’, says human rights chief

Bangladesh and Burma have agreed a plan to repatriate the Rohingya Rohingya refugees, who crossed the border from Myanmar two days before, walk after they received permission from the Bangladeshi army to continue on to...
China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, left, meeting with President Htin Kyaw of Myanmar in the capital of Naypyitaw last month. Credit Aung Shine Oo/Associated Press

Behind China’s Attempt to Ease the Rohingya Crisis

HONG KONG — Will China solve the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar? Until recently this question would have sounded absurd. Beijing strenuously avoids playing a high-profile part in ameliorating international humanitarian crises. Its most identifiable role...

Bangladesh: Rohingya refugees are being trained to save lives

Aid organisations are struggling to provide humanitarian assistance to more than 625,000 Rohingya refugees who have fled the military crackdown in Myanmar. There are often not enough medics to provide basic healthcare in the sprawling...

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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...