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  • Myanmar Rohingya genocide

    Rohingya genocide: Full transcript of last 2 days' hearing at ICJ

    The hearings at an international court in a case filed by Gambia against Myanmar alleging genocide against the minority Rohingya population at the International Court of Justice in The Hague roles into the third and final day.

  • Rohingya Genocide Hearing at ICJ

    Hearing at ICJ Part-2: Myanmar rebuts with weak logic

    Myanmar argues their case today (11th December 2019), in the International Court of Justice. Aung San Suu Kyi Spoke at the city of The Hague, Netherlands where the court is located. She partially agreed to the allegations of the mistreatment of the Rohingya people. She said, if the military is found guilty of war crime allegations they’d be investigated and trailed by Myanmar.

  • Stop genocide, don't just react

    UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has urged the international community to prevent genocide instead of just reacting to it.

  • Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkol Karman

    It's genocide

    Tawakkol Karman, a Nobel Peace Prize winner from Yemen, yesterday said what Myanmar did to the Rohingyas was “genocide”.

  • Canada should welcome Rohingya refugees

    Canada should welcome Rohingya refugees and encourage other nations to do the same, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's special envoy

  • A house is seen on fire

    Genocide of Rohingyas: Is another Bosnia in the making?

    Nine years ago when a former judge and two prosecutors at the international criminal tribunals for Rwanda and former Yugoslavia were examining the documents on human rights abuses in Myanmar, they were astonished by the UN inaction even though the global body knew for years the severe, widespread, and systematic violations of human rights there.

  • Deceitful Myanmar military

    That the military and the government of Myanmar have been spinning lies after lies about the Rohingya genocide has once again been confirmed by the falsehood that its army chief has spewed on Thursday.

  • Myanmar found guilty of genocide

    The Myanmar government is guilty of genocide against the Rohingya people, according to the verdict of international Permanent Peoples' Tribunal.

  • It's genocide

    French President Emmanuel Macron has termed the attacks on Myanmar's Rohingya minority as genocide and called on the international community to act to stop it.

  • Beyond religion, for humanity

    Mohammad Amin is one of the many people to afford a reception to the Rohingya refugees at Shah Porir Dwip. Instead of a red carpet