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Australia considering targeted sanctions...

Australia considering targeted sanctions...

World

Wed, Sep 19 2018

Australia’s government finds there is sufficient evidence to warrant the prosecution of genocide...

Let the truth come out

Let the truth come out

Editorial

Mon, Sep 3 2018

There can be little doubt that Myanmar is still trying to quash the truth

A UK minister’s visit and endless...

A UK minister’s visit and endless...

Opinion

Sun, Sep 2 2018

Seeking the opinions of outsiders on local issues is a fool’s errand

UN urges Facebook to 'proactively' fight...

UN urges Facebook to 'proactively' fight...

World

Wed, Aug 29 2018

The social media network is the prime source of news and information for many in the country, but has...

Suu Kyi must act on UN’s genocide...

Suu Kyi must act on UN’s genocide...

Larry Jagan

Wed, Aug 29 2018

The UN’s report on Rakhine is a damning indictment of Myanmar’s crimes against humanity

UN Fact-Finding Mission in Myanmar:...

UN Fact-Finding Mission in Myanmar:...

South Asia

Wed, Aug 29 2018

Australia emphasizes the need for perpetrators of human rights abuses to be held accountable

Saudi-led coalition accuses UN of bias...

Saudi-led coalition accuses UN of bias...

World

Wed, Aug 29 2018

The coalition has not confirmed or denied it carried out two air raids on Thursday that the UN said killed...

Time for Myanmar army to face the...

Time for Myanmar army to face the...

Opinion

Tue, Aug 28 2018

The UN’s call for the top brass of the Myanmar army to be made to answer for their crimes cannot...

Australia urges Myanmar to act on Rohingya...

Australia urges Myanmar to act on Rohingya...

South Asia

Mon, Aug 27 2018

The crisis has displaced 900,000 Rohingyas in Bangladesh

PM to UN: Persuade Myanmar to take back...

PM to UN: Persuade Myanmar to take back...

Foreign Affairs

Mon, Jul 16 2018

At the meeting, the UN secretary general's Special Envoy put emphasis on the implementation of the...

Too little, too late

Too little, too late

Opinion

Mon, Jul 16 2018

When it comes to the sufferings of the Rohingya, geo-politics trumped justice

Running out of excuses

Running out of excuses

Opinion

Tue, Jul 3 2018

It is well past time for the international community to take a hard line

Bangladesh deserves a win-win solidarity...

Bangladesh deserves a win-win solidarity...

Bangladesh should pursue its dialogue with the international community with more ambition

Assault on Yemen's Hodeida halted as...

Assault on Yemen's Hodeida halted as...

Middle East

Sun, Jul 1 2018

More than 30,000 residents of Hodeida and the province of the same name had fled their homes since the...

UN for peaceful coexistence of Rohingyas,...

UN for peaceful coexistence of Rohingyas,...

Bangladesh

Sat, Jun 23 2018

Adama Dieng thanked the Bangladeshi government for the work done so far in supporting the almost 700,000...

UN slams Trump over child...

UN slams Trump over child...

North America

Fri, Jun 22 2018

'Irregular migration should not be a criminal offence. These people should not be treated as...

Of moral misconducts  and golden...

Of moral misconducts and golden...

Shireen Phasha

Fri, Jun 22 2018

What is the war a result of?

On World Refugee Day

On World Refugee Day

Marcia Bernicat

Wed, Jun 20 2018

Bangladesh stands out as a beacon of hope and inspiration

UN for sustained monitoring before Rohingya...

UN for sustained monitoring before Rohingya...

Foreign Affairs

Tue, Jun 19 2018

Greater engagement sought from Dhaka to address rights concerns

UN chief says Trump-Kim summit 'important...

UN chief says Trump-Kim summit 'important...

World

Tue, Jun 12 2018

Trump and Kim signed a joint statement in which Pyongyang pledged to 'work toward complete denuclearisation...

UN rights chief condemns war on drugs...

UN rights chief condemns war on drugs...

Law & Rights

Thu, Jun 7 2018

'There is no doubt that the trafficking and sale of illegal narcotics leads to tremendous suffering....