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Conditions in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state "are not in

Rohingyas return must meet int’l standards: UNHCR

The return of Rohingyas must be voluntary, and take place in safe and dignified

Buddhist nationalism burns as Pope visits Myanmar

A fiery brand of Buddhist nationalism is burning brighter

Outside monitors needed for Rohingya return: Rights groups

Human rights groups called

Sexual attacks against Rohingya may be war crimes: UN envoy

Widespread atrocities against Rohingya Muslim women and girls have

Myanmar, Bangladesh sign Rohingya return deal: Myanmar official

Bangladesh and Myanmar have signed a Memorandum of Understanding

Start Rohingya repatriation, PM to Myanmar

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday renewed her call to Myanmar to immediately start

Solution to crisis to protect Rohingyas from being trafficking victims: Envoy

Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the UN Ambassador Masud Bin Momen has said the

BD urges Asian leaders to pressure Myanmar for Rohingya’s return

Bangladesh called upon the parliamentarians of Asian nations to exert pressure on Myanmar so that

62% Rohingya camp water contaminated

The WHO says 62 percent of the water drawn from wells at Rohingya refugee

China’s 3-stage plan to resolve Rohingya crisis

China called for a ceasefire in Myanmar's Rakhine State

Suu Kyi silent about Ronhingya crisis; seeks Asia-Europe stronger ties

Though silent about the protracted Rohingya crisis, State Counsellor and Union Minister of Foreign

Germany, Sweden, EU extend strong support to BD on Rohingya issue

Germany, Sweden and the European Union yesterday extended their strong support to

US fact-finding mission visits Cox’s Bazar

The visiting US Congressional delegation led by Senator Jeffrey Alan Merkley has visited Cox’s

Rohingya crisis: Canadian minister to visit BD on Nov 21

 Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canadian Minister of International Development and La Francophonie,

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

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