Over 1.1 million Rohingyas are currently living in the camps
The humanitarian organizations call for Rohingyas’ engagement on safe and voluntary returns
100 out of 3,540 Rohingyas appear for interviews; foreign minister blames Rohingya leaders and NGOs for...
100 out of 3,540 appear for interviews
More than 730,000 Rohingya fled Rakhine for camps in Bangladesh after a military-led crackdown in August...
The independent commission is due to visit the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar on Monday
Bangladesh currently hosts more than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees
The meeting also discussed security and other issues centring the Rohingyas
The probe team led by former Japanese ambassador Kenzo Oshima arrived in Dhaka on Saturday
Two years after mass exodus from Myanmar, quality learning and life skills are crucial to more than 500,000...
A total of 3,540 refugees have been cleared for return by Myanmar from a list of more than 22,000 names...
The ambassadors emphasized on the importance of prosecution, protection and prevention in combating human...
The documents will count as proof of the refugees' right to return to their country of origin...
South Korea has been supporting gender based violence prevention programs and livelihood
He was given special permission by camp authorities to seek treatment in Dhaka
The issue was discussed during the seventh home minister-level bilateral talks held in New Delhi
That option is also not guaranteed due to several issues, including lack of goodwill of Myanmar government...
Annual Security Outlook 2019 by Asean shows India's deepening concern with the Rohingya issue in...
AK Abdul Momen stated that Rohingya crisis should be a global responsibility to resolve the issue
Rohingya crisis is a 'bilateral issue' between Bangladesh and Myanmar, Suu Kyi told Kono
Thai foreign minister assured that Thailand will continue to work to resolve Rohingya issue
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