- December 15, 2017
‘Once I used to distribute aids to others with my own hands. Now I am taking help from others in another country.’
Of them, some 3,000 Rohingyas, most of them are women and children, crossed the Naf river and entered into the no-man’s land of Anjumanpara on Wednesday evening.
Hunger is now compelling the remaining Rohingya people to leave their homes in droves in search of food
More than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims have now arrived in southern Bangladesh seeking sanctuary from violence that the United Nations says likely amounts to ethnic cleansing
The situation arose amid the ongoing influx of the Rohingya in Bangladesh as the Myanmarese forces continued persecution on the minority community