Rohingya repatriation

Rohingya repatriation

Rohingya crisis

Australia firmly with Bangladesh to find a solution: Envoy

Rohingya issue is a massive humanitarian crisis, and Australia will continue to help Bangladesh’s efforts towards a solution, says Australian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Jeremy Bruer

Bangladesh and Australia sign Trade and Investment Framework Arrangement (TIFA) to open more opportunities between the two countries on 15 September 2021

Dhaka seeks Moscow's support for Rohingya repatriation

Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen has sought support from Russia for the early repatriation of Rohingyas to their homeland in Myanmar's Rakhine state.

Dhaka seeks Moscow's support for Rohingya repatriation

Rohingya issue not to disappear from agenda despite new global challenges: EU

Head of delegation of the European Union to Bangladesh ambassador Rensje Teerink has said the Rohingya issue will not disappear from the agenda until a lasting solution is found even though the world ...

Rohingya issue not to disappear from agenda despite new global challenges: EU

Myanmar's genocide bleached as 'ethnic cleansing'

US and UK usurp Rohingya voices while misnaming Myanmar's genocide as “ethnic cleansing”, Milošević's euphemism used for genocide denial, writes Maung Zarni

Rohingya refugees fleeing from Myanmar sitting in a boat after Bangladesh coast guard stopped them on Naf river from entering the country.

Demystifying international response to Rohingya crisis

While countries and international organisations’ responses were limited to condemnation in diplomatic niceties and humanitarian aid, the Republic of the Gambia with support from the OIC, filed a ...

Myanmar`s leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks on the second day of hearings in a case filed by Gambia against Myanmar alleging genocide against the minority Muslim Rohingya population, at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands on 11 December 2019

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus

Rohingya children stage ‘genocide’ anniversary protest

Between 3,000 and 4,000 children took part, chanting “we want justice” and “we want safe repatriation,” said community leader Mohammad Osman

Rohingya refugees walk along a path at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on 25 August 2021

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus

'Even no discussion about Rohingya repatriation'

Despite providing shelter to the Rohingyas on humanitarian ground, Bangladesh objective from the beginning was to start the process of repatriation as soon as possible

Rohingyas making their way to Bangladesh

US welcomes NUG’s inclusive path forward for Rohingyas

The United States said they will continue to promote justice for victims and accountability for those responsible for atrocities and other human rights abuses

Rohingyas flee the violence-trodden Rakhine state in Myanmar. This picture was taken from Hariakhali area of Teknaf, Cox's Bazar.

Rohingya crisis

No visible hope ahead

Given Bangladesh’s population in proportion to its area, there is no scope for the Rohingyas to take up permanent settlement here. Interestingly, the international community in recent times has been ...

No visible hope ahead

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus

Myanmar govt in exile assures Rohingya of all civil rights

The NUG vowed to seek justice and accountability for all crimes committed by the military against the Rohingya and all other people of Myanmar across the country throughout our history

Suffering etched on the faces of little Rohingya children driven from their country. Picture taken at the Balukhali camp, Cox's Bazar
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