Bangladesh police Wednesday arrested three Rohingya men and a Bangladeshi who were trying to smuggle 800,000 methamphetamine pills into the country from Myanmar, an official said.
Relief agencies have warned that diarrhoea, cholera and pneumonia could spread quickly among the refugees who are living in squalid conditions, putting further pressure on overstretched hospitals.
Spain's maritime rescue service says it has saved 64 migrants from two small boats trying to make a perilous sea crossing from Africa to Europe
Amid the crackdown by the Myanmar Army, Rohingya muslims are fleeing to neighboring countries in large numbers.
Rohingya Muslims in India: How will India deport 40,000 'illegal' refugees to Myanmar when it can't even deport 11?
The Indian government might be keen to send the Rohingya Muslims packing to Myanmar but its consistent failure in deporting 11 of them, who have been languishing in Manipur jails for years, shows it's easier said than done.
Rohingya crisis: Modi must take a cue from Merkel, recognise humanitarian needs over security concerns
Can anything be of greater shame for a country of 1,300 million people that it wants to push out of its territory just 40,000 Rohingya who have fled from the terror unleashed by the Myanmar authorities?
Rohingya Muslims are threat to national security, Centre reiterates in affidavit; Apex court to hear matter on 3 October
The Union home ministry on Monday, filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court on Rohingya Muslims' deportation to Myanmar
The coldness with which the Indian government has responded to the brutality against the Rohingya population is disappointing to me.
Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh should seek help from global community to tide over humanitarian disaster
Bangladesh is facing a humanitarian crisis, and this is where the government and the international community must step in.
Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh accuses Myanmar of air space violations, threatens 'unwarranted consequences'
Bangladesh has accused Myanmar of repeatedly violating its air space and warned that any more “provocative acts” could have “unwarranted consequences”
Rohingya exodus: Destroyed villages, trail of refugees across Rakhine show bleak state of Myanmar's crisis
With violence ravaging Rakhine, tens of thousands of Rohingya men and women are believed to still be on the move.
Rohingya crisis: Neighbours China, Bangladesh and Pakistan not enough to hamstring India from assisting Myanmar
News reports coming in from Myanmar indicates a steadily worsening crisis, as an estimated 270,000 Rohingyas fled a crackdown by Myanmar security forces in the Rakhine state, that borders Bangladesh.
India said on Friday that it has not changed its policy on refugees or illegal immigrants and the issues concerning Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar has several aspects.
German chancellor Angela Merkel said she has no regrets about her 2015 decision to open the country’s borders to hundreds of thousands of refugees and added she will not be deterred from campaigning by angry hecklers
Refugee Crisis Part IV: How Syrian migrants in Germany are rebuilding their lives and making new memories
Among the European nations, Germany has been an exception in terms of the number of refugees it has taken in.
Refugee Crisis Part II: Two Syrian refugees on a walking tour in Berlin tell us how history teaches us nothing
It is no wonder then why Iliyas and Mohammed, two Syrian refugees living in Berlin, decided to end their walking tour at this spot.
Refugee Crisis Part I: Berlin's ReDI school gives talented migrants the chance to integrate, contribute
Refugee crisis is an oft-heard term in regular parlance these days. Ever since German Chancellor Angela Merkel's famous 2015 "Wir schaffen das!" (We'll manage it) speech, Germany has emerged as a European nation taking in the most number of refugees.
Spain's maritime rescue service says that it has saved 19 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea in a small boat
The decomposed bodies of 19 Egyptian migrants were found in the Libyan desert overnight after the truck in which they were smuggled into the country overturned, the Red Crescent said Monday