Rohingya crisis

Rohingya crisis

Interview: CR Abrar

'China and the US have almost the same position on the Rohingya question'

Professor CR Abrar, an expert on migration and refugee issues, talks to Prothom Alo about the Rohingya crisis, problems pertaining to their repatriation, the deterioration of law and order in the ...

'China and the US have almost the same position on the Rohingya question'

How resilient have Rohingya refugees become?

The areas where camps are now located were basically hilly forests. There was nothing there for refugees to live on. But in the last four years, there have been many developments. Water supply ...

Rohingya refugee children look on at the Jamtoli camp in the morning in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, 22 January 2018.

IOM deploys teams to support Rohingya affected by Cox’s Bazar camp fire

On Sunday, around 1,200 Rohingya refugees’ homes were destroyed in a massive fire in the Kata area of Camp-16 refugee camp

People gather on the ground of brunt-out houses a day after a fire gutted parts of a Rohingya refugee camp in Ukhiya on 10 January 2022

Bangladesh pushes for early repatriation of Rohingya

Bangladesh foreign ministry has issued a message of felicitation on the occasion of the Independence Day of Myanmar

Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Interview: Arakan army chief Twan Mrat Naing

'We recognise the human rights and citizen rights of the Rohingyas'

General Twan Mrat Naing is the commander in chief of the Arakan Army. On 19 December, he spoke over Zoom from the Kachin state to three journalists and researchers of Bangladesh on the situation in ...

'We recognise the human rights and citizen rights of the Rohingyas'

Indonesia rejects boat with over 100 Rohingya refugees

The wooden boat was first sighted two days ago, stranded about 70 nautical miles off the Indonesian coast, according to a local navy commander

This handout photo taken and received from the Indonesian police on 28 December 2021 shows officers preparing to send supplies to Rohingya refugees aboard a wooden vessel off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province, in Bireuen on 28 December 2021

Dhaka, Ankara eye maintaining neutral position amid ‘geostrategic competition’

One needs to go beyond “symbolic gestures” in international relations and the two countries really need to base relations on mutual interests, said ambassador Turan

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UN envoy 'deeply concerned' over 'unauthorised' Rohingya school closures

The decision by Bangladesh to close schools for Rohingya refugees risks leaving a generation of children "practically uneducated", a United Nations human rights envoy warned Sunday

Rohingya refugee children attend an open air Arabic school at Kutupalang Unregistered Refugee Camp, where they learn to read the Quran, in Cox`s Bazar, Bangladesh, on 4 February, 2017

Rohingya lawsuit against Facebook a ‘wake-up call’ for social media

The progress of the lawsuit would be keenly watched by not just the Rohingya, but also other groups and individuals who have been harmed by online hate speech

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Argentine case into crimes against Rohingya begins

The court agreed to investigate the allegations based on the principles of universal jurisdiction

Smoke is seen on the Myanmar border as Rohingya refugees walk on the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border by boat through the Bay of Bengal, in Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh on 11 September 2017
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