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Jul 07, 2018
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh to get ID cards, UN says move aimed at preserving their right to return to MyanmarThe plastic IDs, issued jointly by the Bangladesh government and the UNHCR to the Rohingya refugees, contain a number of anti-fraud features.
Jun 10, 2018
Myanmar's hardline monks to dodge bans on Facebook and target Rohingya Muslims using the social media platformFacebook has designated several radical Buddhist groups like Ma Ba Tha and several prominent monks as "hate figures", blocking them from the platform.
Jun 05, 2018
Myanmar security forces targeted educated people and influencers in Rohingya genocide, say reportsMyanmar targeted teachers, religious leaders, and other people of influence in the Rohingya community to diminish Rohingya history, culture and knowledge.
Jun 02, 2018
Myanmar willing to take back Rohingya refugees if they volunteer to return, says its national security adviserMyanmar is willing to take back all 700,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who have fled to Bangladesh if they volunteer to return, the country’s National Security Adviser Thaung Tun said on Saturday.
May 17, 2018
Cannes 2018: Cast, crew members of Brazilian film hold up placards to protest against 'genocide' of native peopleThe cast and crew of Brazilian film The Dead and the Other, that was screened at Cannes, displayed signs calling for the protection of indigenous lands.
Apr 15, 2018
Mehbooba Mufti deserves kudos for avoiding politicisation of Kathua rape, preventing repeat of Shopian incidentJammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti deserves kudos for standing her ground against her coalition partner over investigations into the horrific rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua three months ago.
Mar 25, 2018
Facebook's Cambridge Analytica fiasco reveals an impact which is far worse than what we think: Vivek WadhwaFacebook's lack of awareness in how its data can be used to manipulate masses is not restricted to American voters in the 2016 Presidential Elections.
Feb 16, 2018
Justin Trudeau's India visit could bolster ties, but Canadian PM's courting of Khalistani elements is causing bitternessThere is a lot to gain from bolstering ties between India and Canada, just that Justin Trudeau will need to keep in mind New Delhi’s sensitivities
Feb 01, 2018
UN envoy says Myanmar military's operations against Rohingya bear hallmarks of genocideThe UN special envoy on human rights in Myanmar said that the Myanmar military's violent operations against Rohingya Muslims bear "the hallmarks of a genocide
Dec 21, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Myanmar bans UN rights envoy Yanghee Lee for making 'biased' statements; Amnesty terms it 'outrageous'The Myanmar government has banned Yanghee Lee, UN's rights envoy for Myanmar, from entering the country; Lee says her exclusion suggests something "awful" is happening in Rakhine state