Myanmar has failed to put in place conditions for the safe return of 688,000 Rohingya refugees who fled an army crackdown six months ago, the UN refugee...[...]
Fortify Rights, a human rights body in Southeast Asia, urges the United Nations Security Council to refer Myanmar to the International Criminal Court to investigate genocide and atrocities against Rohingyas.[...]
Far from the violence and vengeance in Myanmar's far west, Rohingya Muslims who once felt relatively safe in Yangon describe rising persecution and hatred and vanishing freedoms and opportunities[...]
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson met Monday with Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and other Thai officials on topics including neighboring Myanmar's persecution of ethnic Rohingya Muslims and plans for elections in Thailand to end military rule[...]
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - French U.N. Ambassador Francois Delattre told the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday that a massacre of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar reported by Reuters "could constitute crimes against humanity," and called for the release of two Reuters journalists detained[...]
The U.N. refugee chief is warning that conditions aren't right for Rohingya Muslims to voluntarily return to Myanmar because its government hasn't addressed their exclusion, denial of rights and lack of citizenship.[...]
Read more about Rohingya issue may escalate terrorists' recruitment: US on Business Standard. The Rohingya issue in Myanmar and Bangladesh may expand opportunities for recruitment of terrorists, America's intelligence chief warned today.Some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar's western state of Rakhine and taken refuge in Bangladesh[...]
UN refugee chief tells UN Security Council causes of the crisis originate in Myanmar and solutions for the voluntary return of thousands of refugees must be found ...[...]


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