States can end the statelessness of Rohingya children if they want to.
The international community cannot turn their backs on the Rohingya refugees.
the world must look onto effective measures to hold Myanmar accountable on repatriation.
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen today (October 20, 2022) said the Chinese side is yet to come up with any good news on the Rohingya repatriation but they are continuing their efforts to that end.
Seven and a half decades after the establishment of the UN, reforming the UNSC would be a sensible and necessary move to balance the geopolitics of the modern era.
A transnational syndicate is using a new land route through Myanmar to traffic people, mostly Rohingyas from refugee camps in Bangladesh, to Thailand and Malaysia.
Bangladesh Coast Guard rescued 39 people, including 35 Rohingyas, in Teknaf of Cox's Bazar in the early hours of today (October 4, 2022) after a trawler capsized in the Bay of Bengal while trying to cross the sea to make an illegally entry to Malaysia.
Chinese envoy Li Jiming shares his views on the depth and prospects of Bangladesh-China bilateral relationship with The Daily Star.
World leaders must act fast and more effectively to solve major global and national crises
The current session needs to build up on previous discussions and resolutions on the Rohingya crisis over the last few years.
Maj Gen ANM Muniruzzaman, ndc, psc (retd) spoke to us regarding the current tensions at the Bangladesh-Myanmar border.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday (September 20, 2022) reiterated her call to the international community and the United Nations (UN) to play intensified role in solving the Rohingya crisis by repatriating the forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals to their motherland.
Many Rohingya women and children who managed to flee rape and genocide in Myanmar end up in the trap of sex trade and trafficking inside the refugee camps in Bangladesh.
The Rohingya genocide day on August 25 brought to the fore diverse suggestions for a sustainable solution to the Rohingya crisis. Two similar proposals, however, stand out. One was from US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and the other was from the Japanese Ambassador to Bangladesh, Ito Naoki.
The Indian Home Ministry today said Rohingya refugees in New Delhi would be kept at a detention centre till they are deported, refuting central Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri's statement made earlier promising flats and security to members of the Muslim minority community members from Myanmar.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today (August 17, 2022) reiterated her call to Myanmar to take back more than one million Rohingyas from their temporary shelter in Bangladesh.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi today (August 7, 2022) said his country will continue supporting Bangladesh’s development journey, describing Dhaka as their “strategic development partner”.
The Gambia’s case against Myanmar for the genocide of Rohingyas is now all set to be heard and judged by the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today approved a $41.4 million grant to help improve infrastructure and manage the basic needs of Rohingyas, who were forcibly displaced from Myanmar and took shelter in Bangladesh.