The government has been working tirelessly to meet even this challenge
Bangladesh must take this case to the ICC so that the world can clearly see what Myanmar has done
Apathy as self defense
The UN Security Council’s visit presents a chance for Myanmar’s atrocities to be put under the spotlight...
Will the UNSC do the right thing?
This is nothing more than a farce, and Bangladesh, as well as the international community, should be...
A paralysis of policy prevents acting against Myanmar
The declaration has also called upon the UN and the international community to use diplomatic channels...
Facebook is paying attention to its role as a platform for disseminating messages that could fuel conflict,...
London-based renowned Rohingya rights activist Nay San Lwin, also a regular contributor to Rohingya community...
A 9/11 hate crime survivor meets Rohingya refugees.
Naypyidaw earlier repeatedly declined to allow international groups from visiting the Rakhine state since...
‘The nature of the violence has changed from the frenzied bloodletting and mass rape of last year to...
Rohingya refugees continue to flee to Bangladesh
Bangladesh can’t do this alone
Under these circumstances, why would the Rohingya want to go back home?
Repatriating the Rohingya without any assurance of security is a bad idea for everyone involved
For true repatriation, the Rohingya must return not to Rakhine, but to Myanmar
An ethnic cleansing of this nature cannot be ignored and forgiven with a single admission of guilt
How can they go back under these conditions?
The administrative capability of Cox’s Bazar is key in determining the future of the Rohingya
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