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Deadly floods continue to torment millions as Oxfam responds - India - ReliefWeb Deadly floods continue to torment millions as Oxfam responds - India  ReliefWebEnglish News and Press Release on India and 2 other countries about Flood and Land Slide; published on 23 Jul 2019 by Oxfam.
Rohingya crisis: Rakhine internet cutoff enters fifth week - theindependentbd.com Rohingya crisis: Rakhine internet cutoff enters fifth week  theindependentbd.comA sweeping internet shutdown in Myanmar's conflict-hit Rakhine state went into its fifth week Monday as residents called on the government to end an ...
A Wave of Enthusiasm for Japan in Myanmar - Nippon.com A Wave of Enthusiasm for Japan in Myanmar  Nippon.comJapanese culture, including anime and movies, is currently enjoying a wave of popularity in Myanmar, particularly among the youth, and there is a sharp rise in ...
Suu Kyi should learn from US sanctions on Myanmar military leaders over Rohingya: The Statesman... Suu Kyi should learn from US sanctions on Myanmar military leaders over Rohingya: The Statesman  The Straits TimesIn its editorial, the paper praises US President Donald Trump's administration for being the first country to publicly take action against Myanmar military leaders, ...
Rohingya Crisis: Dhaka seeks NAM, ASEAN member states' role - The Daily Star Rohingya Crisis: Dhaka seeks NAM, ASEAN member states' role  The Daily StarPermanent Representative of Bangladesh to the United Nations in New York Ambassador Masud Bin Momen has urged the NAM member states including the ...
Rohingya refugee crisis: monsoon season hits Bangladesh - Bangladesh - ReliefWeb Rohingya refugee crisis: monsoon season hits Bangladesh - Bangladesh  ReliefWebRohingya refugees and the local host communities of Cox's Bazar District in Bangladesh continue to display immense resiliency amid the harsh conditions ...
Who will protect the Rohingya children? - Dhaka Tribune Who will protect the Rohingya children?  Dhaka TribuneThey are particularly vulnerable to violence and exploitation.
Trump met Yazidi, Uighur, and Rohingya refugees. He seemed to learn about their crises for... Trump met Yazidi, Uighur, and Rohingya refugees. He seemed to learn about their crises for first time.  Vox.comIn a meeting with victims of religious persecution on Wednesday, President Donald Trump repeatedly appeared to be unaware of many of the world's most ...
Bangladesh Calls for Financial Sanctions on Myanmar, as Country Pushes for Rohingya Repatriation - VOA... Bangladesh Calls for Financial Sanctions on Myanmar, as Country Pushes for Rohingya Repatriation  VOA NewsBangladesh wants Myanmar to repatriate the nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees who have fled genocide, and a top Bangladeshi official wants international ...
New Sanctions A Positive Step In Responding To The Rohingya Crisis - Forbes New Sanctions A Positive Step In Responding To The Rohingya Crisis  ForbesNew sanctions are a positive first step, but should lead to tougher financial sanctions and a U.S. government determination on atrocities committed against ...
US to stand strong to resolve Rohingya crisis; hold perpetrators accountable - The Daily Star US to stand strong to resolve Rohingya crisis; hold perpetrators accountable  The Daily StarThe United States has reiterated that they will stand strong on resolving the Rohingya issue and also hold the perpetrators in Myanmar accountable for ...
Rohingya crisis: US imposes sanctions on top Myanmar generals - BBC News Rohingya crisis: US imposes sanctions on top Myanmar generals  BBC NewsThe US has imposed sanctions on Myanmar's top general and three senior officers, accusing them of human rights violations against Rohingya Muslims.
Trump asked Rohingya refugee 'where is that?' when asked about Myanmar - Business Insider Trump asked Rohingya refugee 'where is that?' when asked about Myanmar  Business InsiderOn Wednesday, Trump met with victims of religious persecution from China, Turkey, North Korea, Iran, and Myanmar.
ICC Delegation in Bangladesh to Assess The Rohingya Crisis - Al Bawaba ICC Delegation in Bangladesh to Assess The Rohingya Crisis  Al BawabaA delegation of the International Criminal Court (ICC) arrived in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka on Tuesday on a weeklong visit to assess the Rohingya crisis and ...
Rohingya crisis: heavy rains threaten thousands of refugees - Bangladesh - ReliefWeb Rohingya crisis: heavy rains threaten thousands of refugees - Bangladesh  ReliefWebCox's Bazar, Bangladesh – 15 July 2019 – Heavy and sustained rains for the past 10 days have caused extensive damage in the world's largest refugee camp, ...
The Rohingya crisis: A health situation analysis of refugee camps in Bangladesh - Observer Research... The Rohingya crisis: A health situation analysis of refugee camps in Bangladesh  Observer Research FoundationAmongst the world's most heavily persecuted minority communities are the Rohingya, whose mass exodus from Myanmar in 2017 led to more than 712179.
PM seeks Seoul’s support to resolve Rohingya crisis - The Daily Star PM seeks Seoul’s support to resolve Rohingya crisis  The Daily StarPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged South Korea to engage with Myanmar for an early peaceful solution to the Rohingya crisis that has posed risks to ...
Momen seeks French support to solve Rohingya crisis - bdnews24.com Momen seeks French support to solve Rohingya crisis  bdnews24.com“I appreciate the strong role of the French government. We look forward to continued support of the international community, including France, for the permanent ...
Ban Ki-moon fears Rohingya crisis will be unbearable for Bangladesh - Dhaka Tribune Ban Ki-moon fears Rohingya crisis will be unbearable for Bangladesh  Dhaka TribuneFormer UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday expressed his fears that the Rohingya issue would eventually be an unbearable crisis for ...
Bangladesh cannot bear Rohingya crisis long: ex-UN head - Anadolu Agency Bangladesh cannot bear Rohingya crisis long: ex-UN head  Anadolu Agency'It is not possible for Bangladesh to host such a large number of Rohingya for a long time,' says Ban Ki-Moon - Anadolu Agency.
PM Hasina: China promises to remain beside Bangladesh in Rohingya crisis - Dhaka Tribune PM Hasina: China promises to remain beside Bangladesh in Rohingya crisis  Dhaka TribuneSheikh Hasina went to China on July 1 for a five-day bilateral state visit at the invitation of her Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang. China will do whatever necessary ...
Solving Rohingya Crisis: Dhaka wants stronger role of Kuala Lumpur - The Daily Star Solving Rohingya Crisis: Dhaka wants stronger role of Kuala Lumpur  The Daily StarBangladesh wants a greater role of Malaysia, an influential member of Asean, in addressing the Rohingya crisis as visiting Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin ...
Rohingya Crisis: Hasina, Xi for quick solution - The Daily Star Rohingya Crisis: Hasina, Xi for quick solution  The Daily StarChinese President Xi Jinping yesterday agreed that there should be a quick solution to the Rohingya crisis so that the displaced people can go back to their ...
Solving Rohingya Crisis: China to press Myanmar - The Daily Star Solving Rohingya Crisis: China to press Myanmar  The Daily StarChinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang yesterday assured that China would persuade Myanmar to resolve the Rohingya crisis through bilateral discussions.
International Criminal Court requests inquest into Rohingya crisis - Gulf Times International Criminal Court requests inquest into Rohingya crisis  Gulf TimesThe prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on Thursday requested permission to investigate the persecution of Rohingya people in south-east Myanmar, ...
Gowher Rizvi: Rohingya crisis will become biggest security threat to South Asia - Dhaka Tribune Gowher Rizvi: Rohingya crisis will become biggest security threat to South Asia  Dhaka TribunePrime minister's International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi has said the Rohingya crisis will become the biggest security threat to South Asian countries in the ...
UN envoy will ‘ring the alarm bell’ if no action on Rohingya crisis - New... UN envoy will ‘ring the alarm bell’ if no action on Rohingya crisis  New York Post The UN envoy for Myanmar said that progress on alleviating the crisis that led more than 720000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighboring Bangladesh has ...
U.N. Envoy Will 'Ring Alarm Bell' If No Action on Rohingya - TIME U.N. Envoy Will 'Ring Alarm Bell' If No Action on Rohingya  TIMEThe U.N. envoy for Myanmar has said that if there is no action to alleviate the Rohingya crisis it will be time to "ring the alarm bell."
Rohingya Genocide: Canada faces pressure to act against Myanmar - The Daily Star Rohingya Genocide: Canada faces pressure to act against Myanmar  The Daily StarCanada is facing mounting pressure from senators, and members of the civil society and rights groups from across the country to take more international action ...
RI opts for pragmatism in addressing Rohingya crisis - Jakarta Post RI opts for pragmatism in addressing Rohingya crisis  Jakarta PostSix months into its membership at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Indonesia has opted to take a pragmatic approach in handling the most pressing ...
Bangladesh highlights UN’s failure to prevent atrocities in Myanmar - The Daily Star Bangladesh highlights UN’s failure to prevent atrocities in Myanmar  The Daily StarThe Permanent Representative (PR) of Bangladesh Ambassador Masud Bin Momen has highlighted the UN's systematic failure to prevent atrocities in Rakhaine ...
PM to highlight Rohingya crisis during China visit - Dhaka Tribune PM to highlight Rohingya crisis during China visit  Dhaka TribuneForeign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said, Rohingya crisis will top the agenda of discussions during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's upcoming visit to China ...
Why the UN failed to save the Rohingya - Aljazeera.com Why the UN failed to save the Rohingya  Aljazeera.comInsiders say UN sought to downplay criticism of Myanmar and was hamstrung by China, Russia opposition to firm response.
Japan's cold-blooded approach to the Rohingya crisis - The Japan Times Japan's cold-blooded approach to the Rohingya crisis  The Japan TimesAs the new leader of the liberal order in Asia, Japan has a responsibility to promote human rights in its foreign policy.
Envoy: Canada to continue support to people affected by Rohingya crisis - Dhaka Tribune Envoy: Canada to continue support to people affected by Rohingya crisis  Dhaka Tribune'Canadian support to the host communities is fully aligned with the priorities of the Government of Bangladesh in alleviating pressures caused by the crisis'
ISCG Situation Report: Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar | May 2019 - Bangladesh - ReliefWeb ISCG Situation Report: Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar | May 2019 - Bangladesh  ReliefWebEnglish Situation Report on Bangladesh about Coordination, Disaster Management, Children, Refugees and more; published on 31 May 2019 by ISCG.
'ASEAN declaration on Rohingya lacks teeth' - Anadolu Agency 'ASEAN declaration on Rohingya lacks teeth'  Anadolu AgencyDHAKA, Bangladesh. Rohingya rights activists have termed Sunday's ASEAN declaration on the Rohingya crisis, as lacking teeth and spine. They urged the ...
Rohingya crisis: What life is like inside world’s largest refugee camp - The Independent Rohingya crisis: What life is like inside world’s largest refugee camp  The IndependentLocal villagers helped Shamsark off the boat, all but carrying her and her three small children as they stumbled up the slippery bank to safety. She took one look ...
Rohingya Crisis: Latest News From ASEAN Summit - Bloomberg Rohingya Crisis: Latest News From ASEAN Summit  BloombergSoutheast Asian leaders held back from collectively demanding that Myanmar provide citizenship for Rohingyas even as some member nations sought more ...
Rohingya crisis on the agenda as ASEAN leaders gather for summit - The Mainichi Rohingya crisis on the agenda as ASEAN leaders gather for summit  The MainichiBANGKOK (Kyodo) -- The leaders of 10 Southeast Asian nations opened their annual summit Sunday in Bangkok, with the Rohingya crisis, a regional econom.
Minister: Bangladesh will counter Myanmar propaganda over Rohingyas - Dhaka Tribune Minister: Bangladesh will counter Myanmar propaganda over Rohingyas  Dhaka TribuneBangladesh is preparing a “factsheet” to negate Myanmar propaganda over the Rohingya issue to downplay the intensity and camouflage Naypyidaw role in ...
ASEAN must not turn a blind eye to Rohingya crisis: Rights groups - Aljazeera.com ASEAN must not turn a blind eye to Rohingya crisis: Rights groups  Aljazeera.comSoutheast Asian nations should use upcoming Bangkok summit to do some straight talking with Myanmar, groups urge.
Exhibition brings images, voices of Rohingya refugee crisis to Winnipeg - CBC.ca Exhibition brings images, voices of Rohingya refugee crisis to Winnipeg  CBC.caA new exhibition at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights brings together the voices of Rohingya Canadians and Winnipeg-born photojournalist Kevin ...
Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh will no longer take in Myanmar refugees - BBC News Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh will no longer take in Myanmar refugees  BBC NewsBangladesh has told the UN Security Council it will stop accepting any more Rohingya Muslims who flee from Myanmar. Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque ...