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Genocide

Rohingya genocide hearing may be held in Bangladesh

The hearing of the case concerning genocide of the Rohingyas in Myanmar may be held entirely, or partially, in Bangladesh

Rohingya camp in Bangladesh

Coronavirus keeps Rohingya indoors on ‘genocide’ anniversary

Almost a million Rohingya refugees stuck in Bangladesh mark three years since escaping from Myanmar on Tuesday, with coronavirus forcing them to hold a day-long “silent protest” inside their flimsy, ...

The only solution to the Rohingya crisis is their return to Myanmar with full dignity, security and rights

Rohingya crisis

Refugees out of everyone’s radar

It is totally unrealistic and impractical for a most densely populated country of the world to give permanent settlement to such a large number of people.

The only solution to the Rohingya crisis is their return to Myanmar with full dignity, security and rights

Genocide Day today

The 'Genocide Day' is being observed in the country today (Wednesday) commemorating the brutalities and cowardly attacks carried out by the Pakistani occupation forces on the unarmed Bangalees on the ...

Genocide Day today

Holocaust survivors to sound alarm 75 years after liberation

Seventy-five years after the liberation of Auschwitz, a dwindling number of elderly Holocaust survivors gathered at the former German Nazi death camp on Monday to honour its more than 1.1 million ...

Holocaust survivors to sound alarm 75 years after liberation

Pressure must be mounted on Myanmar: John Packer

The first assistant to the UN special rapporteur in Myanmar, John Packer feels that the directives of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) concerning the Rohingya genocide are undoubtedly ...

Pressure must be mounted on Myanmar: John Packer

The ICJ’s Order on Provisional Measures: Why does it matter?

On Thursday, 23 January, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, indicated provisional measures against Myanmar in The Gambia’s case ...

The ICJ’s Order on Provisional Measures: Why does it matter?

Rohingya genocide ruling: A victory for humankind

If The Gambia is a champion of humanity, Abubacarr Tambadou is the man of the moment. The man alone fought for the over one million friendless and hapless Rohingyas and won the legal combat single ...

Rohingya genocide ruling: A victory for humankind

No room for appeal against ICJ rulings on Rohingya genocide case: Analysis

In ordering Myanmar on Thursday to take immediate measures to prevent atrocities against its Muslim Rohingya minority, the International Court of Justice in The Hague was handing down a binding ...

No room for appeal against ICJ rulings on Rohingya genocide case: Analysis

ICJ orders Myanmar to take 'all measures' to prevent Rohingya genocide

The International Court of Justice on Thursday ordered Myanmar to take urgent measures to protect its Muslim Rohingya population from persecution and atrocities, and preserve evidence of alleged ...

ICJ orders Myanmar to take 'all measures' to prevent Rohingya genocide
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