Rohingya crisis growing, more support needed: World Bank


January 20, 2018 The Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh is growing at a rapid pace and there is an urgent need to support the host communities to cope with the influx and to help the refugees, the World Bank said today.  “The scale of the influx is enormous. As far as the eyes can see, lines after lines of shelters—made ...

Read More »

More Rohingyas flee Myanmar as Bangladesh prepares to start repatriation

Rohingya refugees line up for daily essentials distribution at Balukhali camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh January 15, 2018. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

January 19, 2018  More than 100 Rohingya Muslims have crossed into Bangladesh from Myanmar since Wednesday, with the latest refugees saying army operations are continuing in troubled Rakhine State, raising doubts about plans to send back 655,500 who had already fled. Scores more were waiting to cross the Naf river that forms the border, even as Dhaka prepares to start ...

Read More »

Rakhine MP arrested over allegation of communal provocation in Arakan/Rakhine


January 19, 2018 AT Correspondent, Sittwe Myanmar police arrested a Rakhine Member of Parliament (MP) over the allegation of communal violence instigation in Rakhine (Arakan) state on (Thursday) 18 January. It has been confirmed from the state media and his political party that Dr. Aye Maung, a current member of parliament in Rakhine state was arrested by Myanmar police on ...

Read More »

International Rohingya Organizations demand security, rights before repatriation

Thousands demonstrate in Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camps

January 18, 2018 Rohingya organisations from across the globe today demanded that the Rohingya refugees need guarantee ensuring their life and property security and peaceful coexistence with rest of the population in Myanmar before they are repatriated. “There is no change of attitude of the Myanmar government and its military towards Rohingya; still they identify Rohingyas as recent “Bengali interlopers” ...

Read More »

Joint Statement: Rohingyas’ concerns over the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh


Joint Statement Date: 17th January 2018 Rohingyas’ concerns over the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh We, the undersigned Rohingya organisations worldwide express our serious concern over an agreement, signed on 23rd November 2017, between Myanmar and Bangladesh on the return of some 670,000 Rohingya refugees who have recently taken refuge in Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar genocide. But the question is ...

Read More »

UN Special Envoy to visit Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar


January 17, 2018 AT Online Report The UN Special Rapporteur, Ms Yanghilee for human rights in Myanmar will come to Bangladesh for seven days’ trip on (Thursday) January 18, 2018 to see the situation of Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar. She will visit Rohingya in Bangladesh and Thailand as a part of her responsibility since the Suu Kyi led Myanmar ...

Read More »

Bangladesh-Myanmar sign agreement, reptriation of Rohingya to be completed within 2 years


16 January, 2018 AT Correspondent, Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh and Myanmar have signed ‘Physical Arrangement’ agreement to repatriate Rohingya as per the conditions of repatriation. Following the agreement signed between the both countries, all the government level activities of repatriation process have been accomplished. The agreement has been signed after the Foreign Secretary level meeting regarding the Joint Working Group (JWG) ...

Read More »

Myanmar builds temporary camp for Rohingya

Kutupalang refugee camp

16 January, 2018 AT Online Report Myanmar government has started construction of temporary camps for Rohingya after the repatriation agreement had been signed between the two countries recently. According to report, the camp can accommodate at least 30,000 Rohingya together after repatriation. After keeping the repatriated Rohingya temporarily there, they will be later resettled in other places of the state. ...

Read More »

Kutupalong Red Crescent hospital chief leaves Bangladesh following government order

Red Cresect Chief

January 16, 2018 By Abdul Aziz, Cox’s Bazar Nuran Hinggs had been working as the chief of a field hospital, established and operated by Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and International Federation of Red Cross An expatriate senior official of Red Crescent, stationed in Cox’s Bazar’s Ukhiya upazila, left Bangladesh on Monday upon receiving an order from the government. Dr Nuran ...

Read More »

Myanmar, Bangladesh meets amid doubts about Rohingya repatriation plan


14 January 2018 By Reuters   Hamid Hussain, a 71-year-old Rohingya Muslim farmer, first fled Myanmar for Bangladesh in 1992. He went home the next year under a repatriation deal between the two neighbours, only to repeat the journey last September when violence flared once more. Officials from Myanmar and Bangladesh meet on Monday to discuss how to implement another deal, ...

Read More »

Powered by Dragonballsuper Youtube Download animeshow