14h ago| Rohingya Influx

Argentina to open Rohingya genocide case

The Argentinian judiciary has taken a historic decision of opening a court case against the Myanmar military, including army general Min Aung Hlaing, over genocide against the Rohingya.

2d ago| Bangladesh

Rising Violence in Rohingya Camps: May soon spread beyond borders

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged the international community to give proper attention to the Rohingya issue as growing violence and crimes in the Rohingya camps can soon spread beyond...

2d ago| Crime & Justice

2 Rohingya men killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’

Two Rohingya men were killed in what Rab said was a gunfight with law enforcers in Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar, early yesterday.

1w ago| Bangladesh

Pile pressure on Myanmar junta

Adoption of a resolution on the Rohingya by consensus at the UN has created momentum towards resolving the Rohingya crisis, and Dhaka now needs to amplify diplomatic efforts towards a sustainable...

1w ago| Rohingya Influx

Arsa presence at rohingya camps: Everybody knows Few dare speak

All the 34 Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar have become hubs of organised and cross-border crimes. And it is the Arakan Rohingya Solidarity Army (ARSA) that is behind it all, say Rohingyas and...

1w ago| Rohingya Influx

Rohingya Issue: Fix root cause, ensure their return

The UN has adopted a resolution on the Rohingyas by consensus for the first time, demonstrating its strong solidarity with the victims of human rights violations and resolving to address the root...

Rohingya Relocation to Bhasan Char: UN set to be on board with govt’s plan

The United Nations is finally set to get engaged in humanitarian activities for Rohingyas in Bhasan Char. 

Fear and loathing in refugee camps

It’s not that fear gripped the Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar only after the recent killing of a popular leader; it has always been there due to unrestrained crimes, rivalry between groups, and lax...

‘A liberal voice for Rohingyas silenced’

Mohib Ullah was a strong liberal voice for the Rohingyas, and his assassination is yet another setback to the long-stalled repatriation process, experts say.