China offers aid to Bangladesh to shelter Rohingya refugees, hopes repatriation process begins 'as early as possible'
China will offer humanitarian assistance to Bangladesh to help shelter and feed hundreds of thousands of Muslim Rohingya refugees from neighboring Myanmar, the foreign minister said Friday.
This was to have been an Eid that echoed the celebrations of a real home for Tabassum Khanum, one of more than 200 Rohingya Muslim refugees whose lives were upended once again, when a fire blazed through their shanty homes.
Myanmar's Army, govt hold 'national security' meeting to discuss internal investigation into Rohingya crisis in Rakhine
Myanmar's Army and civilian leadership held a rare "national security" meeting on Friday and discussed an internal investigation into the Rohingya crisis in Rakhine state, the resident's office said.
Priyanka Chopra visited Bangladesh to spend time with children in a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar.
UN Security Council envoy urges Myanmar to hold 'proper investigation' into atrocities against Rohingya refugees
Myanmar must hold a "proper investigation" into alleged atrocities against the Muslim Rohingya, a UN Security Council envoy said Tuesday at the end of the highest-level diplomatic visit to the conflict area.
UNSC envoys visit Rakhine: Myanmar’s military assures of 'harsh' action against sexual violence perpetrators
Myanmar’s military has assured the United Nations of “harsh” action against perpetrators of sexual violence, state media reported on Tuesday.
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh made emotional pleas to the UN Security Council on Sunday for help to return safely to their homes in neighboring Myanmar and for justice over the reason they fled – accusations of killings, rapes and arson.
UN Security Council team to visit Bangladesh, Myanmar as it weighs next steps to address Rohingya refugee crisis
The UN Security Council will pay a visit to Bangladesh and Myanmar beginning Saturday as it weighs next steps to address one of the world's worst refugee crises, stemming from the forced exodus of Muslim Rohingya.
Rohingya lawyer wants Myanmar situation to be heard at International Criminal Court, says UN Security Council 'failed us'
The United Nations Security Council has failed to prevent the Rohingya refugee crisis a Rohingya lawyer said at a UNSC debate.
Kathua rape case: Jammu High Court Bar Association welcomes SC intervention; says main demand is to shift illegal settlers
Under criticism from various quarters over its ongoing 12-day long agitation pressing for demands including handing over the Kathua rape and murder case to the CBI, the Jammu High Court Bar Association (JHCBA) on Sunday welcomed the Supreme Court intervention into the matter and said it has full faith in the apex court.
A Myanmar minister will tour camps for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, an official said on Wednesday, the first such visit since Myanmar's army drove nearly 7,00,000 members of the Muslim minority over the border.
SC refuses to pass interim order on plea of Rohingya refugees for better health, education facilities
Earlier in the day, the apex court had directed the Centre to file a "comprehensive status report" giving details of conditions in Rohingya refugee camps in various states.
Myanmar verifies 508 Hindus, 750 Muslims among first batch of refugees to be repatriated from Bangladesh
Myanmar has handed over to Dhaka a list of 508 Hindus and 750 Muslims, verified as its residents in the first batch of refugees to be repatriated from Bangladesh under the recent deal between the two governments, a top Myanmarese diplomat has informed the UN Security Council.
Myanmar denies reports of mass Rohingya graves in Rakhine state, says 'terrorists' buried in the area
Myanmar on Saturday denied that there were five mass graves of Rohingya Muslims in a village in crisis-hit Rakhine state
After Prashant Bhushan alleges BSF preventing Rohingya from entering India, SC seeks response from Centre
The Supreme Court on Wednesday sought the Centre's response on a plea that the BSF was stopping Rohingya refugees from entering India.
Myanmar blamed Bangladesh on Tuesday for delays to a huge repatriation programme for Rohingya refugees, as the deadline passed for starting the return of the Muslim minority to strife-torn Rakhine state.
Rohingya militants hit out at repatriation plan for refugees, claim proposal aims to trap Muslim minority in camps
Rohingya militants hit out at a repatriation plan for refugees set to begin next week, saying it aims to trap the Muslim minority in long-term camps
Rohingya rebels on Sunday claimed responsibility for an ambush on Myanmar security forces that left several wounded in northern Rakhine state, the first attack in weeks in a region gutted by violence.
WHO has released $1.5 million to scale up health operations in Bangladesh's Rohingya refugee camps over the next six months
Rohingya women face 'sweeping and methodical' assault by Myanmar forces; Why India can't afford to turn a blind eye
The hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who have been fleeing from the country of Myanmar because of atrocities and discrimination have been in the media spotlight since late August. The UN has called it “the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis,” and, “the most persecuted minority on earth.”