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Bangladesh

Rohingya in Bangladesh refuse repatriation to Myanmar

Fresh push to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar fails amid demands of safety and full citizenship.

Empty buses in Bangladesh as no Rohingya turn up for repatriation

Rohingya

'Conditions here are inhumane': Rohingya in Bangladeshi camps

More than 700,000 refugees from Myanmar face dire conditions at Cox's Bazar camp two years after they fled violence.

'Conditions here are inhumane': Rohingya in Bangladeshi camps

Rohingya

Bangladesh seeks to repatriate 3,000 Rohingya to Myanmar

Joint exercise led by the UNHCR to determine if Rohingya refugees will accept Myanmar's offer to return home.

Bangladesh seeks to repatriate 3,000 Rohingya to Myanmar

Opinion

How ethnonationalists use the UNESCO World Heritage label

Myanmar, India and China have all pursued UNESCO World Heritage status for sites of mass victimisation of minorities.

Azeezah Kanji

by Azeezah Kanji

Azeezah Kanji

Rohingya

Rohingya activists slam ASEAN's call for dialogue with Myanmar

Regional bloc accused of whitewashing Myanmar's crimes against Rohingya.

Rohingya activists slam ASEAN's call for dialogue with Myanmar

Myanmar

Rohingya suspicious as Myanmar touts repatriation plan

Refugees in Cox's Bazar question Myanmar motives amid Rakhine unrest, but some see 'breakthrough' in repatriation talks.

Rohingya suspicious as Myanmar touts repatriation plan

Inside Story

What is Myanmar offering the Rohingya to return home?

Government delegation holds repatriation talks to convince Rohingya refugees to return to Rakhine state.

Refugees

Myanmar officials hold repatriation talks with Rohingya leaders

High-level delegation from Myanmar is in Cox's Bazar to convince Rohingya refugees to return to Rakhine state.

Myanmar officials hold repatriation talks with Rohingya leaders

Rohingya

Satellite images show ongoing destruction of Rohingya settlements

Analysis shows 'minimal preparation' for return of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar's northern Rakhine State.

Satellite images show ongoing destruction of Rohingya settlements

Opinion

ASEAN can no longer turn a blind eye to Myanmar's atrocities

ASEAN has a responsibility to help facilitate a repatriation process that prioritises the well-being of the Rohingya.

Eric Paulsen

by Eric Paulsen

Eric Paulsen

Asia Pacific

UN investigator calls for tougher approach on Myanmar abuses

Special Rapporteur Yanghee Lee says US sanctions should be tougher and international community must step up.

Rohingya

US slaps sanctions on Myanmar army chief over Rohingya abuses

The US action against senior army officers comes as the military has continued to 'commit human rights violations'.

US slaps sanctions on Myanmar army chief over Rohingya abuses

Asia

Rohingya refugees: Thousands at risk from flooding

Flooding and landslides make the situation for an already vulnerable population even more precarious.

Rohingya

'Dismayed': Ex-UN boss alarmed over floods at camps

Thousands of families living in Rohingya refugee camps a at risk from flooding and landslides.

Ex-UN chief joins chorus of concern over floods at Rohingya camps

Asia Pacific

Singapore to deport Myanmar citizens for 'funding' Rakhine rebels

Men were detained for providing funding to Myanmar rebels designated a 'terrorist' organisation by the country.

Singapore to deport Myanmar citizens for 'funding' Rakhine rebels