Monday, September 21, 2015

Rohingya Crisis


UN revives Myanmar resolution

The move revived a UN resolution that was dropped last year due to the

Angelina Jolie strongly voices against sexual violence of Rohingyas

In the UN Peacekeeping Ministerial, Vancouver, Special Envoy of the UNHCR and Co-Founder, Preventing

Pope should use 'Rohingya': Rights groups

Leading figures in the Catholic Church and international politics have advised Pope Francis not to

Myanmar army trying to hide crimes against humanity

Amnesty International has alleged that Myanmar's military is trying to sweep serious violations against

Myanmar must take back Rohingyas

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's International Affairs adviser Gowher Rizvi has said Myanmar must take

ASEAN draft statement skips over Rohingya crisis

A draft of the statement to be issued after a Southeast Asian summit makes

2lakh more Rohingyas to enter BD in coming weeks: IRC

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) has said it expects a further 200,000 new arrivals

Dhaka needs strong diplomacy to solve Rohingya crisis: CPD

The government of Bangladesh needs to continue energetic diplomacy, particularly with regional partners, to

BD seeks support of non-resident envoys in Delhi over Rohingya issue

Bangladesh has briefed the non-resident envoys of about 76 countries, who are accredited to

Prioritise Rohingya crisis, HRW to Apec, Asean

Human Rights Watch on Thursday said the world leaders meeting for summits in Asia

One-third of Rohingya families in BD vulnerable: UN

The innovative data collection technology employed by the United Nations refugee agency for the

Traffickers prey on Rohingya children

The end of the cyclone season comes as a relief to most Rohingya in

Myanmar in early stages of repatriation: US

The Myanmar government appears committed to starting a repatriation programme but it is still

Rohingya crisis: CPA calls for urgent action

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association or CPA has adopted a statement calling for urgent action from

UN move may harm talks: Myanmar

Myanmar said on Wednesday that the UN Security Council's statement on the Rohingya refugee

5 foreigners held at Rohingya camps released

A mobile court has

UNSC asks Myanmar to end use of military force against Rohingyas

The United Nations Security Council has called upon the government of Myanmar to end

26 detained for illegally staying at Rohingya camp

Police in a drive detained at least 26 people, including five foreigners, from Kutupalong

Nutrition situation for Rohingya children very worrying: IOM

Despite all humanitarian aid provided, the nutrition status of Rohingya children under 5 have

US 'focused on solving' Rohingya crisis

The United States is focused on diplomatic solutions to the Rohingya crisis rather than

UN must be firm on Rohingya repatriation: AL

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader says he expects the UN to take a

Rohingya repatriation responsibility lies with Myanmar: US

A senior US official, who is leading a delegation in Bangladesh, has said that it is the “responsibility” of

Malnutrition rates among Rohingya children doubled

Preliminary data from a nutrition assessment conducted last week at Kutupalong camp in Cox's

Rohingya influx continues; 2,000 new arrivals overnight: IOM

Over the last 48 hours ,some 4,000 Rohingyas crossed into Bangladesh from Myanmar at

Tillerson to visit Myanmar on Nov 15

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is visiting

3,000 more Rohingyas waiting at no-man’s land to enter BD


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