Momen raised the issue during his intervention at the Commonwealth Foreign Affairs Ministers Meeting held in Rwandan Capital Kigali on Thursday
Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been moved from house arrest to solitary confinement in a prison compound in the military-built capital Naypyidaw, a junta spokesman said on Thursday
The junta said on 3 June it would execute a former lawmaker from Aung San Suu Kyi’s party and a prominent democracy activist, both convicted of terrorism, in what would be the country’s first ...
Large rallies were held at Lambashiya and Jamtali camps in Ukhiya. Separate rallies were held in 31 other camps of these two upazilas. A seven point demand was forwarded from these rallies.
Common Rohingyas have taken the ‘Go Home’ programme to grab the attention of theinternational community as well as Bangladesh to pressurise the Myanmar junta government.
From the tragedy of this conflict, new dynamics have emerged – unprecedented solidarity among youth across all communities to reimagine Myanmar’s future democracy, human rights and governance
A top US government official said Saturday there was "no chance" the Myanmar junta's planned elections next year would be free and fair
The junta has sentenced dozens of anti-coup activists to death as part of its crackdown on dissent after seizing power last year, but Myanmar has not carried out an execution for decades
Concerted actions by governments with influence are needed to resolve the Rohingya crisis, says Filippo Grandi, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Bangladesh has urged its friends and partners through the UN mechanism to consider extending preferential facilities to Bangladesh for an extended period beyond 2026, said Sheikh Hasina
Bangladesh is concerned that the situation in Myanmar continues to remain unsafe for civilians, especially for the ethnic and religious minorities such as Rohingyas, Ambassador Rabab Fatima has said
UNHCR has said the Rohingya issue should not move out of focus due to other crises. Agencies like the World Bank and Asian Development Bank should come forward in aid of the Rohingyas
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi has appealed to the regional countries including India to take care of the refugees they already host and relieve Bangladesh from any ...
Fillippo Grandi agreed with Sheikh Hasina’s apprehension that prolonged stay of Rohingyas would entice many of them to get involved in criminal activities
Bangladesh has asked India to take measures to halt entry of the Rohingyas as Dhaka reported the arrival of some Myanmar nationals in the past weeks