For the hundreds of thousands of the Muslim minority who have fled neighbouring Myanmar since an army crackdown last August, this is the first Eid-al-Fitr they have spent in the cramped tent cities.
Refugees in Bangladesh’s Cox Bazar under high risk of landslides, infectious and transmitting diseases
Recently inked deal on repatriation of Rohingya did not involve refugee representative, groups say
Return of Rohingya refugees could potentially result in another round of mass killings: Maung Zarni and Natalie Brinham
London-based Burma Human Rights Network says lack of accountability may encourage perpetrators to commit crimes again
Rohingya refugees fled massacres in Myanmar. Now they risk being killed by cholera in Bangladesh.
In 2017 International Religious Freedom Report, US stressed Rohingya Muslims still suffering from violence
AI, with its most recent report, pours fuel on violent anti-Rohingya racism in genocidal Myanmar and anti-Muslim India
Refugees will stay there in safe houses until repatriation process completed, says PM
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency sent food aid to 25,000 Rohingya refugees
New UNICEF report decries 'appalling conditions' facing newborn Rohingya in refugee camps, fleeing violence in Myanmar
Turkey's TIKA, Turkiye Diyanet Foundation, Red Crescent provide relief to Rohingya
Burma Human Rights Network, based in the UK, said the world is not taking concrete steps against Myanmar
Aid to ensure safe shelters, prevent outbreak of diseases as monsoon season looms ahead
2-day conference of OIC’s Council of Foreign Ministers begins in Dhaka
Malaysian former foreign minister says Myanmar trying to drive Rohingya out of their homeland to have ‘pure Buddhist state’
60,000 refugees are currently residing in areas at high risk of landslides and flooding, says UNHCR spokesman
Myanmar has faced intense international pressure since the start of a military campaign in August that has driven some 700,000 Rohingya Muslims over the border into Bangladesh, where refugees have provided harrowing testimony of murder and rape by security forces and local mobs.
Event on persecution and violence suffered by Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar set for May 2 in German city of Cologne.
Refugees were mostly in a state of weakness and pain due to a lack of food and water
Myanmar needs to demonstrate it is serious about the safety and security of the Rohingya, says UK foreign secretary