Monday, September 21, 2015

Rohingya Crisis


Trapped inside "prison-like" tents in Bangladesh's refugee camps because of fears

Canada’s lawmakers call Rohingya crisis a ‘genocide

Canada's parliament on Thursday unanimously voted to declare Burma’s (Myanmar’s) military actions against the

WB okays additional fund to provide education to Rohingya kids

The World Bank approved $25 million, including $4 million from Canada, to help Bangladesh provide education and support to heal

'World won't rest' on Rohingya crisis: Hunt to Suu Kyi

:British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt on Thursday called for justice on the Rohingya crisis

Hasina to receive award for her leadership over Rohingya issue

 Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be honored with two awards

ICC begins preliminary probe into Rohingya expulsions

The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor announced Tuesday that she is launching a preliminary

Proposals to be placed in UNGA on action plans over Rohingya crisis: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday told Parliament that Bangladesh will place its proposals

Australia considering targeted sanctions on Myanmar

The Australian government has said it is considering options

ICC begins probing alleged Rohingya deportations

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday

Rohingya influx puts Cox’s Bazar’s biodiversity at risk: UN report

Some 4300 acres of hills and forests were cut down to make temporary shelters

India hands over 3rd phase humanitarian assistance for Rohingya

India today handed over its third phase of 

Rohingya, other global issues to dominate 73rd UNGA

The Rohingya issue, among other pressing global concerns, will

Rohingya, other global issues to dominate 73rd UNGA

The Rohingya issue, among other pressing global concerns, will come up prominently in the

ICC decision on crimes against Rohingyas offers real hope: UN

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has said the decision by the

UN teams given first access to Myanmar's Rakhine

The UN began work Wednesday inside Myanmar's violence-torn northern Rakhine state, the first time its agencies have been granted

OIC parliamentary body seeks sustainable return of Rohingyas

A 19-member delegation of the Parliamentary Union of the OIC Member States (PUIC) on

$72 mn needed to protect Rohingya women: Oxfam

Oxfam, an international agency, on Tuesday called for 15 percent of new funding to

Dhaka seeks OIC voice over Rohingya issue in UNGA

Bangladesh has requested member States of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to include their

Int'l partners urged to intensify efforts for solution to Rohingya crisis

Bangladesh on Tuesday requested the international partners to intensify

$72 mn needed to protect Rohingya women: Oxfam

Oxfam, aninternational agency, on Tuesday called for 15 percent

UN rights chief urges new panel to prepare Myanmar prosecutions

The UN rights chief called Monday for 

New Zealand, Australia continue support to Rohingyas

Australia and New Zealand have said they are committed to working with Bangladesh to

Atrocities against Rohingyas: UN urges ICC to urgently open probe

United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Adama Dieng has urged ICC

Substantial progress in key areas must to resolve Rohingya crisis: UN

The United Nations has said a substantial progress remains urgently needed in three key

ICC decision opens a clear avenue for justice for Rohingya: AI

Amnesty International has said the ICC decision is a significant step in the right

Regional MPs welcome decision granting ICC jurisdiction over crimes against Rohingya

Regional lawmakers on Friday welcomed the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) which

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