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  • Rohingya Refugee Crisis

    Rohingya crisis: UNSC delegation in Cox’s Bazar

    The high-level 15-member delegation of the UN Security Council reaches Cox's Bazar to see the brutalities that Rohingyas faced during the recent ethnic cleansing in Rakhine State of Myanmar.

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    More time needed to verify Rohingyas: Myanmar minister

    Win Myat Aye, Myanmar's social welfare, relief and resettlement minister, says the Rohingya repatriation process has delayed as they need more time to verify the identities of the refugees.

  • Rohingya Refugees

    Fear and isolation for Myanmar's remaining Rohingyas

    Rohingya Muslim minority are disappearing fast from Myanmar as their lives are still shaped by tension and fear in a mainly-Buddhist country that has methodically stripped the Muslim minority of legal rights and security.

  • UNHCR concerned over ‘rain risk’ of Rohingyas

    UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and its partners are ramping up efforts to mitigate some of the expected impacts of the upcoming monsoon season in Bangladesh.

  • Rohingya refugee crisis

    Japan to provide emergency $750,000 aid for Rohingyas

    To strengthen the emergency water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and child protection response for the new influx of Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar, the Japan government is set to provide Emergency Grant Aid of USD 750,000 for six months through the United Nations Children’s Fund.

  • How reliefs can be sent for Rohingya refugees

    State Minister for Foreign affairs Shahriar Alam has called upon the countrymen to send reliefs for Rohingya people who have fled into Bangladesh from violence in Rakhine state of Myanmar.

  • Myanmar presidential office spokesman Zaw Htay says 176 of 471 ethnic Rohingya villages in three townships are now completely empty and at least 34 others are partially abandoned.

    176 ethnic Rohingya villages now empty: Myanmar

    Myanmar presidential office spokesman Zaw Htay says 176 of 471 ethnic Rohingya villages in three townships are now completely empty and at least 34 others are partially abandoned since the crisis erupted on August 25, 2017, when an insurgent Rohingya group attacked police outposts in Rakhine and Myanmar’s military responded with “clearance operations” against the rebels.

  • Rohingyas relive village massacre in Myanmar

    Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh relive the horrors of the violence by Myanmar's army as they fled from their village in Rakhine state.

  • ‘Myanmar’s way of dealing with insurgents causes problem for Bangladesh’

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has denounced the insurgents activities in the Myanmar's western Rakhine state but said the way of actions by Naypyidaw was also causing problem for neighbouring Bangladesh.

  • Rohingya men answer call to arms against Myanmar's forces

    Heavily pregnant and confined to a squalid Bangladeshi refugee camp, Ayesha Begum does not regret that her husband will miss the imminent birth of their sixth child as he fights alongside Rohingya militants in Myanmar.

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