ICJ’s order to Myanmar offers hope to the Rohingyas’ future

In an opinion published in Al Jazeera on February 7, Tun Khin, president of Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK, expressed the view that the International Court of Justice’s order that Myanmar has to do all it can to prevent genocide offers the persecuted Rohingya minority people hope for the future.

Pressure mounts on Myanmar

Myanmar and its ally China will face mounting pressure after the World Court asked Naypyidaw to stop genocidal acts in Rakhine State, analysts said.

Myanmar must do more to protect Rohingyas: UK

The UK government has welcomed the verdict of International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Myanmar and said the country must do more to protect the Rohingyas.

Myanmar has to submit report to court every 6 weeks: ICJ

Myanmar has to submit reports to the world court on the actions it has taken and thereafter developments every six weeks, the International Court of Justice has said.

Rohingya Genocide case: ICJ orders for provisional measures

The International Court of Justice today ordered for provisional measures to prevent crimes of genocide against Rohingyas in Myanmar's Rakhine state.

ICJ rules it has jurisdiction in Myanmar genocide claim

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is delivering an order today in response to The Gambia’s seeking provisional measures to stop genocide against the Rohingyas in Myanmar’s Rakhine.

December 12, 2019
December 12, 2019

How likely are the Rohingyas to get justice?

Made stateless by Myanmar in 1982, the Rohingyas have been left vulnerable to waves of violence at the hands of the Burmese army as part of a “clearing” programme that began in the 1970s.