Earthquake devastation in Turkey and Syria calls for urgent help for survivors
Bangladesh has urged the UN Security Council to undertake visits to Myanmar and Bangladesh to witness the humanitarian situation of
Since August 25, 2017, the world has experienced one of the most brutal and fastest-growing humanitarian crises that led to the “textbook example of ethnic cleansing” involving the Rohingya community in Myanmar.
We are heartened by the UN Secretary General's categorical condemnation of what he has termed a "humanitarian nightmare" referring to the unbelievable trauma experienced by Rohingyas who have fled to Bangladesh to escape indescribable violence.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged the international community to mount pressure on Myanmar to stop pushing its
Over 16 million people in Bangladesh, Nepal and India are affected by the monsoon floods ravaging parts of South Asia and unfolding
A United Nations special rapporteur has issued a strongly worded statement accusing Myanmar of implementing policies reminiscent of the previous military government, and of presiding over a worsening security and human rights situation.
Thailand Deputy Prime Minister General Tanasak Patimapragorn denies having knowledge of any army personnel's link with human trafficking.
The continuous media exposure of the humanitarian crisis caused by thousands of illegally trafficked people, has led to an international demand to give these sick people – humanitarian aid first.