Bangladesh PM says government will continue to help Rohingya - gulfnews.com

Bangladesh PM says government will continue to help Rohingyagulfnews.comDHAKA, Bangladesh: Bangladesh's Prime Minister Shaikh Hasina on Saturday said her government would continue to support nearly one million Rohingya Muslims who have fled neighbouring Myanmar to escape violence. Hasina said the government was ...and more »

Myanmar crisis: Rohingya militants say unilateral truce to end on October 9 - The National

The NationalMyanmar crisis: Rohingya militants say unilateral truce to end on October 9The NationalRohingya refugees carry a sick woman at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh's Ukhia district on October 7, 2017. Indranil Mukherjee / AFP. Rohingya militants whose attacks triggered an army crackdown in Myanmar's Rakhine state unleashing a ...and more »

Rohingya militants say ceasefire to end on October 9 - gulfnews.com

Rohingya militants say ceasefire to end on October 9gulfnews.comYangon: Rohingya militants whose attacks triggered an army crackdown in Myanmar's Rakhine state unleashing a huge wave of refugees said on Saturday that their one-month ceasefire would end in two days, but added they were open to peace if the ...and more »

Bangladesh's mega refugee camp plan 'dangerous': UN official - Digital Journal

Digital JournalBangladesh's mega refugee camp plan 'dangerous': UN officialDigital JournalA top UN official said Saturday Bangladesh's plan to build the world's biggest refugee camp for 800,000-plus Rohingya Muslims was dangerous because overcrowding could heighten the risks of deadly diseases spreading quickly. The arrival of more than ...and more »

Stop genocide; push for intervention now - Aliran Monthly

Aliran MonthlyStop genocide; push for intervention nowAliran MonthlySuara Rakyat Malaysia (Suaram) welcomes the decision by Khairy Jamaluddin to engage with the Myanmar embassy with regards to the persecution and killing of ethnic Rohingya in Rakhine, Myanmar. Given the urgency and gravity of the situation faced by ...and more »

United Nations fear 'further exodus' of Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar - Deccan Herald

United Nations fear 'further exodus' of Muslim Rohingya from MyanmarDeccan Herald... Six weeks after the world's fastest-developing refugee emergency began, the United Nations says it's bracing for a possible further exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar. More than half a million refugees have now fled to neighbouring Bangladesh, ...and more »

Rohingya insurgents open to peace move - The Daily Star

The Daily StarRohingya insurgents open to peace moveThe Daily StarYoung Rohingya Muslim refugees walk under the rain at Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh's Ukhia district on October 6, 2017. Photo: FRED DUFOUR/AFP. Reuters, Yangon. Rohingya insurgents said on Saturday they are ready to respond to any peace ...and more »

UN braces for more Rohingya to flee, seeks access to Rakhine, Myanmar - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Bangladesh News 24 hoursUN braces for more Rohingya to flee, seeks access to Rakhine, MyanmarBangladesh News 24 hoursMark Lowcock, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, attends a news conference on his visit to Bangladesh for the Rohingya refugee crisis, at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland Oct 6, 2017. Reuters ...and more »

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is back at Ganabhaban - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Bangladesh News 24 hoursPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina is back at GanabhabanBangladesh News 24 hoursPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina has returned to the Ganabhaban after attending the United Nations General Assembly in New York, where she addressed world leaders on the Rohingya crisis. The prime minister's flight touched down at Dhaka's Hazrat ...and more »

Scots aid chief on Rohingya refugees' harrowing escapes fleeing atrocities in Myanmar - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordScots aid chief on Rohingya refugees' harrowing escapes fleeing atrocities in MyanmarScottish Daily RecordMore than 480,000 vulnerable people have escaped to Bangladesh after continued violence but they are living in squalid conditions and are in desperate need of urgent aid. Share. ByAnna Burnside. 06:00, 7 OCT 2017. News. Aid worker Zia Choudhury ...and more »

Over 500000 Rohingyas have now fled Myanmar to seek refuge in Bangladesh, says UN - Firstpost

Over 500000 Rohingyas have now fled Myanmar to seek refuge in Bangladesh, says UNFirstpostDhaka: Some 2,000 Rohingya refugees a day continue to stream across the border to Bangladesh, bringing the total number people who have fled there from violence in Myanar since late August to an estimated 515,000, the United Nations refugee agency ...and more »

Watch: This film depicts the experience of life in refugee camps for Rohingyas fleeing Myanmar - Scroll.in

Scroll.inWatch: This film depicts the experience of life in refugee camps for Rohingyas fleeing MyanmarScroll.inBangladesh is about to build one of the world's largest refugee camps for 800,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar. But what is it like to be a refugee stranded in a foreign land, often forced to survive in crowded, overflowing camps? An immersive ...and more »

UN fears 'further exodus' of Muslim Rohingya from Myanmar - DeathRattleSports.com

UN fears 'further exodus' of Muslim Rohingya from MyanmarDeathRattleSports.comGENEVA/YANGON – The United Nations braced on Friday for a possible “further exodus” of Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh six weeks after the world's fastest-developing refugee emergency began, U.N. humanitarian aid chief said.and more »

Myanmar claims success in stopping exodus; refugees disagree - DeathRattleSports.com

DeathRattleSports.comMyanmar claims success in stopping exodus; refugees disagreeDeathRattleSports.comBANGKOK (AP) — More Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar streamed toward the border Friday, despite government assurances that it was stopping the massive exodus of refugees to Bangladesh. A video obtained by The Associated Press that ...and more »

Bangladesh Islamists call to arm Rohingya - Mizzima News

Mizzima NewsBangladesh Islamists call to arm RohingyaMizzima NewsSupporters of hardline Islamist group Hefazat-e-Islam take part in a protest calling on Bangladesh's government to arm Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in neighbouring Myanmar, in Chittagong on October 6, 2017. Photo: AFP. Thousands of people ...and more »

UN, EU, NRC call on Myanmar for action on refugees - Mizzima News

Mizzima NewsUN, EU, NRC call on Myanmar for action on refugeesMizzima NewsThe United Nations, the EU and the Norwegian Refugee Council are calling on the Myanmar government for action on humanitarian grounds to help ease the crisis in Rakhine State. The lack of humanitarian access granted by Myanmar's government to ...and more »

Hamilton rally protests atrocities against Rohingyas in Myanmar - TheSpec.com

TheSpec.comHamilton rally protests atrocities against Rohingyas in MyanmarTheSpec.comA demonstration to protest the inhumane oppression, ethnic cleansing and genocidal campaign against the Rohingya people of Myanmar was held Friday afternoon at Hamilton City Hall. Tahmid Ahmed holds a sign condemning the slaughter of children.and more »

The forbidden love between a Bangladeshi and a Rohingya - E-Pao.net

The forbidden love between a Bangladeshi and a RohingyaE-Pao.netDhaka, October 06 2017: Foyzul Islam and Hafsa Bibi fled from the Rakhine state of Myanmar to Bangladesh with over 500,000 other Rohingya, including their 18-year-old daughter Rafiza. Lost and afraid in the hustle and bustle of the camp, they decided ...and more »

UN braces for further exodus - The Daily Star

The Daily StarUN braces for further exodusThe Daily StarRohingyas take shelter from the rain during distribution of food at Nayapara refugee camp in Ukhia yesterday. Photo: AFP. Agencies. The United Nations braced yesterday for a possible "further exodus" of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh, ...and more »

Myanmar minister tells UN that refugees can return from Bangladesh - DeathRattleSports.com

Myanmar minister tells UN that refugees can return from BangladeshDeathRattleSports.comGENEVA, Oct 2 – Myanmar told the United Nations refugee agency on Monday that its top priority was to bring back Rohingyas who have fled to Bangladesh. Bangladesh and Myanmar agreed on Monday to set up a “working group” to plan the repatriation of ...and more »