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  • ‘UNSC can’t avoid responsibility over Rohingya crisis’

    Bangladesh says the international community, particularly the United Nations Security Council, cannot avoid its responsibility for a sustainable solution of the Rohingya crisis through voluntary, safe and dignified return of the Rohingyas to their place of origin and bringing the perpetrators to justice.

  • 'Protect Rohingyas'

    Indian authorities beat and threatened Rohingyas, forcing some to flee to Bangladesh in recent weeks, said Fortify Rights yesterday.

  • Canadian minister to visit Bangladesh Nov 21-23

    Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canada’s Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, is to visit Bangladesh from November 21 to 23 to witness first-hand the devastating impact of the Rohingya refugee crisis and discuss with Bangladesh government its efforts to address the crisis.

  • Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar

    ‘Constructive approach needed to repatriate Rohingyas’

    Indian Foreign Secretary Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar says a ‘constructive’ approach is necessary to deal with the issue of repatriation of the displaced Rohingyas, who are staying in Bangladesh and India after fleeing persecution in their home state of Rakhine in Myanmar.

  • Save the Children CEO says

    ‘Rohingya children at risk of trafficking, sexual abuse and child labour’

    International aid group Save the Children warns that Rohingya children are exposed to alarming risks of trafficking, sexual abuse and child labour due to overcrowding, lack of schooling and widespread desperation of people in the makeshift settlements in Cox's Bazar.

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