Thursday, September 20, 2018
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ASEAN non-interference policy hinders Rohingya justice

ASEAN non-interference policy hinders Rohingya justice

  In spite of the United Nations (UN) Fact Finding Commission’s indictment on 28 August 2018, recommending Myanmar’s military officials “be investigated and prosecuted” for...
Rohingya refugees wade while holding a child after crossing the Naf river from Myanmar into Bangladesh in Whaikhyang on Oct. 9, 2017. Photographer: Fred Dufour/AFP via Getty Images

Asian Leaders Shy Away From Rohingya Crisis at Nepal Meeting

Leaders of India, Myanmar, Bangladesh and other Asian nations are gathering in Nepal today for a multilateral summit, but the most pressing regional issue...
What is happening in Myanmar is genocide. Call it by its name.

What is happening in Myanmar is genocide. Call it by its name.

By Editorial Board THE TRUMP administration, Congress and most other Western governments have gingerly responded to the assault by Myanmar’s army on the country’s Rohingya...
On August 25, 2017, the Myanmar military launched yet another campaign of violence against the Rohingya, writes Khin [Sorin Furcoi/Al Jazeera]

The Rohingya’s dark anniversary must spur global action

  It is not enough to end the violence against the Rohingya. Far more must be done to ensure their safety in Myanmar. It was exactly...
Anayetullah is an 18-year-old Rohingya refugee with intellectual disabilities. Proper care is difficult to find in the refugee camp, and he is currently enrolled in preschool.

Help is scarce for Rohingya children with intellectual disabilities

  Anayetullah, 18, is a growing teenager. For lunch, he helps himself to three large plates of fried rice. But as he sits on a...
Temporary shelters cover a hill at Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. File Photo: Reuters

Rohingya Repatriation: UN insists on citizenship

The UN secretary-general's special envoy on Myanmar has said granting citizenship to the Rohingya and ensuring accountability for the perpetrators of violence against the...
ROHINGYA. This picture taken on November 26, 2017 shows Rohingya Muslim refugees looking on near Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. File photo by Ed Jones/AFP

[OPINION] Myanmar is now erasing the Rohingya’s very name

News organizations are being prohibited from using the word 'Rohingya' in their shows The tragedy of the Rohingya Muslims of Burma began with the forced...
Rohingya organizations criticize recent UN-Myanmar deal

Rohingya organizations criticize recent UN-Myanmar deal

Recently inked deal on repatriation of Rohingya did not involve refugee representative, groups say Rohingya organizations worldwide criticized on Sunday a new agreement signed between...
Why the term ‘genocide’ avoided for Rohingyas

Why the term ‘genocide’ avoided for Rohingyas

Rohingya refugees carrying their belongings after fleeing Myanmar, as they walk on the Bangladesh side of the Naf River, Bangladesh October 2, 2017 Photo...
The U.N. Security Council has the chance to make Myanmar's government accountable for the refugee crisis.

A Door Opened to Resolve the Rohingya Crisis?

The United Nations Security Council has just made its first visit to Myanmar since a campaign of ethnic cleansing carried out by the Myanmar...
The move was not successful however and was viewed with utter suspicion by Bangladeshi and global media alike

Proactive Diplomacy and Rohingya Issue

In a sudden move only one Rohingya family was taken back by Myanmar on Saturday 07 April 2018, from no man’s land between Bangladesh...
Saving Rohingya's children, or how to outlive a conflict

Saving Rohingya’s children, or how to outlive a conflict

We as a people must look to protect our very existence, and ensure we survive to the next generation For decades now, I have watched...

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Myanmar’s ‘Gravest Crimes’ Against Rohingya Demand Action, U.N. Says

GENEVA — Catching up with villagers from Min Gyi who had escaped the Myanmar Army’s assault on their homes, the soldiers first killed all...

UN inquiry: Atrocities against Rohingya ‘hard to fathom’

Rohingya refugees scuffle for relief supplies after crossing the Naf River as they flee violence in Myanmar to reach Bangladesh in Palongkhali near Ukhia...

Restore Rohingya rights to citizenship

UN fact-finding mission also calls on Myanmar to suspend verification based on 1982 law A group of UN investigators yesterday called on the Myanmar...

‘Tied to trees and raped’: UN report details Rohingya horrors

UN investigators publish report detailing evidence for accusation of genocide against Burmese military Horrific accounts of murders, rapes, torture and indiscriminate shelling allegedly committed by...

ICC opens Myanmar Rohingya crimes probe

The move could pave the way to a full investigation into Myanmar's military crackdown that has seen thousands killed and over 700,000 displaced. Last month...