UN fears 'further exodus' of Muslim Rohingya - Manila Bulletin

Manila BulletinUN fears 'further exodus' of Muslim RohingyaManila BulletinGeneva/Yangon – The United Nations (UN) 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, UN humanitarian aid chief ...and more »

Sheikh Hasina accuses Myanmar of provoking 'war' over Rohingyas - Livemint

LivemintSheikh Hasina accuses Myanmar of provoking 'war' over RohingyasLivemintBangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh took an appropriate stance to draw international community's attention to the Rohingya crisis which also compelled Myanmar to open talks on the issue. Photo: AP. Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh ...and more »

Rohingya Refugee crisis: Why are Arab nations mum? - Star of Mysore

Star of MysoreRohingya Refugee crisis: Why are Arab nations mum?Star of MysoreOn 25th August 2017, a group called Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) attacked Myanmar security forces killing nearly 80 personnel. The Myanmar government declared ARSA a terrorist organisation and mounted a campaign in Rohingya villages ...and more »

Rohingya rebels 'ready for talks with Myanmar' - Greater Kashmir

Greater KashmirRohingya rebels 'ready for talks with Myanmar'Greater KashmirARSA also said the month-long ceasefire it declared in September to allow humanitarian assistance to reach the region will end on Monday and accused the Myanmar authorities of blocking aid from reaching Rakhine, Efe news reported.and more »

Bangladesh's mega refugee camp plan 'dangerous': UN official - Deccan Chronicle

Deccan ChronicleBangladesh's mega refugee camp plan 'dangerous': UN officialDeccan ChronicleRobert Watkins, the UN resident coordinator in Dhaka, told AFP the country should instead look for new sites to build more camps. India sent INS Gharial loaded with 21,000 units of relief material to help its neighbouring nation evolve from the ongoing ...and more »

Hasina says Bangladesh was alert against Myanmar's provocations for war - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Bangladesh News 24 hoursHasina says Bangladesh was alert against Myanmar's provocations for warBangladesh News 24 hoursBangladesh says it did not respond to any provocation by Myanmar defusing tensions between the two neighbours in the wake of a mass exodus of Rohingyas from Rakhine State. “It was as if the neighbouring country would wage war against us,” Prime ...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 insurgents open to peace but Myanmar ceasefire ending - Egypt Independent

Egypt IndependentRohingya insurgents open to peace but Myanmar ceasefire endingEgypt IndependentMuslim Rohingya insurgents said on Saturday they are ready to respond to any peace move by the Myanmar government but a one-month ceasefire they declared to enable the delivery of aid in violence-racked Rakhine State is about to end. The Arakan ...and more »

Rohingya militants say ceasefire to end on October 9 - Daily Pioneer

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

PM Hasina: We gave a fitting response to the insults over Padma Bridge - Dhaka Tribune

Dhaka TribunePM Hasina: We gave a fitting response to the insults over Padma BridgeDhaka TribunePrime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said building a superstructure on a mighty river like Padma is a huge challenge and many doubted whether Bangladesh would manage to pull it off. “We succeeded by the grace of Allah,” she told a reception of Awami ...and more »

PM Hasina: Govt was cautious against provocation of war with Myanmar - Dhaka Tribune

Dhaka TribunePM Hasina: Govt was cautious against provocation of war with MyanmarDhaka TribunePrime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the government was very much cautious to avert any kind of war with Bangladesh's neighbour despite repeated provocations from Myanmar. “Our nearest neighbour, at one point, showed such an attitude that there will ...and more »

4 min video to teach your kids about refugees - Deccan Herald

Deccan Herald4 min video to teach your kids about refugeesDeccan HeraldDo you have a hard time explaining to your children about refugees and why are they so? As Rohingya Muslims continue to flee from Myanmar and look for shelter in nearby countries including India, it's vital to teach your children why this is happening.and more »

Exclusive: 22 Rohingyas posing as refugees arrested in Bangladesh for alleged role in massacre of Rohingya Hindus - Times Now

Times NowExclusive: 22 Rohingyas posing as refugees arrested in Bangladesh for alleged role in massacre of Rohingya HindusTimes NowAmid a raging debate over the deportation of Rohingyas from India, Times Now's exclusive investigation has revealed why Centre has taken the stand it has. 22 Rohingya Muslims, who were posing as refugees, have been arrested in Bangladesh, Times Now ...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 »

India is complicit in the Rohingya suffering - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comIndia is complicit in the Rohingya sufferingAljazeera.comIndia, as a member of the international community, must do its bit to safeguard the fundamental rights of the Rohingya. 07 Oct 2017 08:51 GMT |. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. Rohingya refugees stand inside their slum on the outskirts of New ...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 »

Govt was cautious on dealing with Myanmar: PM - The Daily Star

The Daily StarGovt was cautious on dealing with Myanmar: PMThe Daily StarPeople gather both sides of road from Gono Bhaban to the airport in Dhaka on October 7, 2017 welcoming Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Photo: Partha Pratim Bhattacharjee. UNB, Dhaka. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said the government was very ...and more »

2000 Rohingyas fleeing Myanmar to Bangladesh daily, says UN - Oneindia

2000 Rohingyas fleeing Myanmar to Bangladesh daily, says UNOneindiaDhaka, Oct 7: Since the time violence against Rohingyas broke out in Myanmar on August 25, at least 2,000 Rohingyas are leaving the country daily to avoid persecution to neighbouring Bangladesh. Till date, an estimated 515,000 Rohingyas have come to ...and more »

Rohingya crisis: India, EU ask Myanmar to work with Bangladesh - The Daily Star

The Daily StarRohingya crisis: India, EU ask Myanmar to work with BangladeshThe Daily StarRohingya refugees walk along the Balukhali refugee camp after the rain in Cox's Bazar, October 6, 2017. Photo: Reuters. Star Online Report. India and the European Union have asked Myanmar to implement the Kofi Annan Commission report over Rohingya ...and more »

Caritas to give aid in Rohingya refugee crisis - ReliefWeb

Caritas to give aid in Rohingya refugee crisisReliefWebThis young girl is already a widow. Four weeks ago, 18-year-old Fatema's husband was killed and their house burned down in Rakhine State, Myanmar. Fearing for her life and that of her son, Shohel, she took him on the dangerous journey across the Naf ...and more »