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Human Rights Violation

Human Rights Violation

Myanmar casualties may represent war crimes: UN rights chief

The UN human rights chief said on Monday that three years after a Rohingya exodus "no concrete measures" on accountability had been taken by authorities and said some cases of recent civilian ...

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet attends a news conference at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, on 5 December 2018.

Myanmar army probes 'wider patterns' of abuse against Rohingya

The Myanmar military has said it is investigating "possible wider patterns of violations" before and during a 2017 crackdown in Rakhine State that the United Nations has said was executed with ...

Myanmar soldiers take part in a military parade to mark the 74th Armed Forces Day in the capital Naypyitaw, on 27 March 2019.

Sinha murder probe report

Police actions were rash, unprofessional

The investigation committee said that an individual became all powerful through the misuse of laws. Liaqat’s firing is the result of that. Mentioning the reign of terror in the area, the committee ...

Police actions were rash, unprofessional

I just explained sorrows of expatriates: Rayhan Kabir

Rayhan was arrested after Qatar-based television channel aired the documentary “Locked up in Malaysia lockdown” on Malaysia's crackdown on immigrants amid COVID-19 pandemic where Rayhan gave the ...

Rayhan Kabir with his parents at their Narayanganj home

Deported Bangladeshi expat Rayhan returns home from Malaysia

Bangladeshi migrant worker Mohammad Rayhan Kabir, who was arrested in Malaysia after criticising the government in an Al Jazeera documentary, returned Dhaka early Saturday

Md Rayhan Kabir

Three years on, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps

25 August marks the third anniversary of attacks by Rohingya Muslim insurgents that triggered military retaliation and led to the exodus from Buddhist-majority Myanmar over following days and weeks ...

Rohingya children are seen at a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, 7 March 2019.

Reform is necessary, every man has right to legal protection: Sinha’s sister

Sinha would talk to his mother Nasima Akhter and elder sister Sharmin Shariya Ferdous before going to sleep every night. On the night of 31 July, Nasima Akhter called Sinha around 11:00pm for five to ...

Former major of Bangladesh Army Sinha Mohammad Rashed Khan with his mother

Ex-major Sinha murder

'Gunfights' won OC Pradip top police award

OC Pradip Kumar Das was awarded the Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) for his achievements in so-called gunfights

'Gunfights' won OC Pradip top police award

SUST teacher, husband detained for 'torturing maid’

Police arrested a female teacher of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) and her husband on Thursday night for allegedly torturing house maid

SUST teacher, husband detained for 'torturing maid’

Dhaka to share ordeal of Rohingyas with global youths

The virtual Rohingya camp tour will be one of the segments of "Dhaka OIC Youth Capital 2020" to introduce the forcibly displaced persecuted Rohingya community from Rakhine state in Myanmar to global ...

Dhaka to share ordeal of Rohingyas with global youths through Dhaka OIC Youth Capital 2020 that prime minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate virtually on 27 July
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