Rohingya repatriation

Rohingya repatriation

Turkey assures Bangladesh of more investment, helping Rohingya repatriation crisis

Turkey also assured to extend all support to Bangladesh for ensuring safe and secured repatriation of forcibly displaced Rohingyas to Myanmar

Foreign minister Abdul Momen (L) holds a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on Monday

Rohingyas lack confidence in Myanmar govt, FM tells ASEAN

Bangladesh has once again conveyed to the international community that the displaced Rohingyas are not returning to their homeland primarily because they do not trust their government on the issues ...

Weary Rohingya trudging from Myanmar's Rakhine state to Ukhia, Bangladesh.

15-point Dhaka Declaration

International community urged to come forward for Rohingya repatriation

Speakers at an international conference urged the international community to come forward to ensure the safe and dignified repatriation of Rohingyas

Rohingya repatriation is being held up due to Myanmar's disinterest

'Safe Zones' in northern Rakhine: Best option to protect Rohingya

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, while opening the border for Rohingyas fleeing from Rakhine, made a call for UN supervised ‘safe zones’ inside Myanmar for protection of all civilians irrespective of ...

Weary Rohingya trudging from Myanmar's Rakhine state to Ukhia, Bangladesh

What can Bangladesh do to resolve the Rohingya crisis?

Today, 25 August, marks three years since the genocide of Rohingyas in Mynamar’s Rakhine state began, when the Myanmar army and police unleashed brutal atrocities and oppression on the unarmed ...

Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. Many such hills in Teknaf and Ukhia have been dug into and cleared of trees to set up the Rohingya camps

Three years of Rohingya crisis

'India wants to join repatriation talks'

Three years ago, the Rohingya people fled from ethnic cleansing and atrocities of the Myanmar government, to take refuge in Bangladesh. India has recently shown interest in joining talks regarding ...

A group of Rohingya refugee people walk in the water after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknaf. Photo: Reuters


‘Govt plans to relocate first batch of Rohingya to Bhashanchar after monsoon'

Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen said the government planned to relocate the first batch of Rohingya from Cox's Bazar to Bhashan Char after the monsoon. He said this at a webinar organised by CPS ...

‘Govt plans to relocate first batch of Rohingya to Bhashanchar after monsoon'

Three years in review

No end in sight to Rohingya crisis

Myanmar has not taken a single Rohingya back home till date although the crisis enters the fourth year within a couple of days amid “lack of conducive conditions” in Rakhine required for a safe and ...

In this file photo taken on October 19, 2017 Rohingya refugees who were stranded walk near the no man`s land area between Bangladesh and Myanmar in the Palongkhali area next to Ukhia. Hundreds of desperate Rohingya Muslims still pour over the Myanmar border into Bangladesh camps every week, six months into the refugee crisis.

'Ensure voting rights, restore citizenship rights for Rohingya'

The government of Myanmar should ensure all voting-age Rohingya-including Rohingyas in Bangladesh-have the right to vote, said Fortify Rights on Friday as Myanmar is heading for next national ...

Myanmar urged to ensure voting rights, restore citizenship rights for Rohingya

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
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