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 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Rohingya militants say ceasefire to end on October 9 - Yahoo7 News

Yahoo7 NewsRohingya militants say ceasefire to end on October 9Yahoo7 NewsYangon (AFP) - Rohingya militants whose attacks triggered an army crackdown in Myanmar's Rakhine state unleashing a huge wave of refugees said Saturday their one-month ceasefire would end in two days, but added they were open to a peace deal if the ...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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Poor, overpopulated Bangladesh can't handle flood of Rohingya refugees - DeathRattleSports.com

DeathRattleSports.comPoor, overpopulated Bangladesh can't handle flood of Rohingya refugeesDeathRattleSports.comCOX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh — This resort town has one of the longest beaches in the world and is one of the biggest tourist attractions in this desperately poor country. Yet even this vital source of revenue is at risk. Foreign and domestic vacationers ...and more »

PM Hasina returns home - Dhaka Tribune

Dhaka TribunePM Hasina returns homeDhaka TribunePrime Minister Sheikh Hasina has returned home from London, wrapping up her three-week visit to the US and the UK. A VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying the prime minister and her entourage, landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International ...and more »

UN fears 'further exodus' of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar into Bangladesh - Radio Pakistan (press release)

Radio Pakistan (press release)UN fears 'further exodus' of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar into BangladeshRadio Pakistan (press release)The United Nations says it is bracing for a possible further exodus of Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh. This has been stated by the UN humanitarian aid chief Mark Lowcock six weeks after the world's fastest-developing refugee ...and more »

While India Calls Them 'Security Threat', Bangladesh Says Rohingya Refugees Are Not Radicalised - Indiatimes.com

Indiatimes.comWhile India Calls Them 'Security Threat', Bangladesh Says Rohingya Refugees Are Not RadicalisedIndiatimes.comBangladesh Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque has said that the country has not seen any sign of radicalisation among Rohingya refugees. Rohingya Refugees. AP. Haque who was in India on Friday said, “We have not seen any huge case of radicalisation ...and more »

Globalization Of Terror: Syrian Intelligence Sheds Light On Rohingya Exodus - APN Live

APN LiveGlobalization Of Terror: Syrian Intelligence Sheds Light On Rohingya ExodusAPN LiveEvidence of Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state since the 7th century is not accompanied by a narrative of harmony with the Buddhist majority in Burma (Myanmar) throughout this period. But since the 1970-80, increased repression, economic deprivation, ...and more »

UN fears 'further exodus' of Rohingya from Myanmar - InterAksyon

InterAksyonUN fears 'further exodus' of Rohingya from MyanmarInterAksyonRohingya refugees stretch their hands to receive aid distributed at the Balukhali makeshift refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. (photo by Danish Siddiqui, Reuters). GENEVA/YANGON — The United Nations braced on Friday for a possible “further ...and more »