After a two-year pause, the conflict between the Arakan Army (AA) and Myanmar’s military junta has resurged in Rakhine.
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.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has appreciated Bangladesh’s overall migration management and gradual prevention of irregular migration enabling regular migration.
Arab film and TV star and World Food Programme (WFP) Goodwill Ambassador Hend Sabry visits the Rohingya families in the refugee camps of Bangladesh to show that suffering has no borders and humanity has no boundaries.
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan says the government will install barbed wire fences around the Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar soon, aiming to stop the spread of Rohingyas across the country.
Bangladesh will brief the diplomats stationed in Dhaka about the latest situation over the Rohingya issue tomorrow as two consecutive efforts to begin the repatriation of the displaced people failed amid their unwillingness and trust-deficit among them.
Thousands of Rohingya refugees gather for a rally at Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar and demanded justice on completion of two years since the Rohingya influx began following persecution by Myanmar armed forces.
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen says Bangladesh will take a tougher position over Rohingya issue saying the global leadership must resolve it quickly to ensure greater peace and stability in the region.
Ramadan is the month when Muslims try to get closer to each other with greater love and affection with the spirit of the holy month. But the Rohingya Muslims living in Cox's Bazar camps find it painful when they get together for having iftar meal as their tragic memories constantly haunt them.
Turkey is committed to working with Bangladesh in regional and international levels to bring an end to the Rohingya crisis that has been affecting Bangladesh in socio-economic, environmental and even diplomatic fronts.
Bangladesh's plans to tackle the Rohingya refugee crisis have been stalled until the new year with repatriation and relocation programmes only likely to be revisited following year-end general elections, a top Bangladeshi official said yesterday.
World Bank Vice President for the South Asia region, Hartwig Schafer, is scheduled to arrive in Dhaka today to further deepen the
German Foreign Minister of State Niels Annen has said his government will provide political support to have a solution to Rohingya crisis through ensuring safe and sustainable return of the displaced people to their own homeland.
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) urges the government to provide evidence of mass atrocities against Rohingyas to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Rohingya refugees who return to Myanmar will be safe as long as they stay in the model villages built for them, the country's army chief says, renewing fears they will be kept in settlements indefinitely.
The US government is conducting an intensive examination of alleged atrocities against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims, documenting accusations of murder, rape, beatings and other possible offenses in an investigation that could be used to prosecute Myanmar's military for crimes against humanity, US officials tell Reuters.
Bangladesh signs a Memorandum of Understanding with the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, relating to voluntary return of Rohingya refugees, once conditions in Myanmar are conducive.
Foreign Secretary Md Shahidul Haque says that Rohingya refugees will be relocated to new places after ensuring that the areas are habitable. Rohingya refugees will be relocated to the places which are viable, he said.