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  • S Korea provides USD1.5m for Rohingyas in Bangladesh

    South Korea pledges humanitarian aid of USD 1.5 Million for emergency relief operation for a large number of Rohingya refugees who recently crossed the border into Bangladesh from Myanmar.

  • She breaks silence yet remains silent

    Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi finally broke her silence on the Rohingya refugee crisis yesterday, insisting that her country was not "afraid of international scrutiny." But her speech in Naypyidaw drew widespread criticism: she did not denounce atrocities against Rohingyas and claimed the government needed more time to investigate the exodus of the minority group.

  • UN chief urges Myanmar to halt military campaign against Rohingyas

    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urges Myanmar to halt its military campaign against Rohingya Muslims, just hours after Aung San Suu Kyi failed to quell an international outcry in a much-anticipated address.

  • Rohingya refugees

    ‘India deeply concerned at violence in Rakhine’

    India’s permanent representative to UN in Geneva, Rajiv K. Chander says India is deeply concerned about the recent spate of violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state that has forced to flee a large number of Rohingyas to neighbouring Bangladesh.

  • New satellite imagery shows 214 villages almost totally destroyed in Rakhine

    A new analysis of satellite imagery from Myanmar’s Rakhine state shows 214 villages of Rohingyas almost totally destroyed, Human Rights Watch says.

  • Rohingya refugees

    Rohingyas are security threat, India govt tells SC

    Indian government tells the Supreme Court that it has intelligence of links between some Rohingya Muslims and Pakistan’s ISI and terror group Islamic State, making them “a serious security threat to the country”.

  • Militants can’t penetrate into Rohingyas: IGP

    Bangladesh Police rules out any possibility of militant groups penetrating among the vulnerable population of Rohingya refugees sheltered.

  • No lanterns in Prabarana Purnima this year

    As protest against the atrocities on Rohingyas in Myanmar, Bangladesh’s Buddhist community will refrain from flying paper lanterns in Prabarana Purnima this year.

  • ‘Leave, or we will kill you all’

    Thousands of Rohingya Muslims in violence-racked northwest Myanmar are pleading with authorities for safe passage from two remote villages that are cut off by hostile Buddhists and running short of food.

  • Don't interfere in Myanmar's internal matters

    Amid an international outcry over the military persecution of Rohingyas in Rakhine, Russia yesterday called on other countries to refrain from interfering in Myanmar's internal affairs.