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Conflict between Junta, ethnic resistance in Myanmar leaves about 90,000 people displaced: UN

Conflict between Junta, ethnic resistance in Myanmar leaves about 90,000 people displaced: UN

About 90,000 people have been displaced in Myanmar due to the intensifying conflict between the country’s military rulers and an alliance of ethnic armed groups, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said in an update…
Myanmar: Over 200 Rohingya fleeing Rakhine captured by Navy

Myanmar: Over 200 Rohingya fleeing Rakhine captured by Navy

Junta navy officials have arrested 226 Rohingya fleeing Myanmar by boat since Oct. 27 in 3 different cases, Radio Free Asia reported, adding that they were attempting to escape to Malaysia and Thailand. In relation to the three cases, police…
Junta army captures 15 Myanmar villagers to use as human shields amid seven-day raid displacing thousands of villagers

Junta army captures 15 Myanmar villagers to use as human shields amid seven-day raid displacing thousands of villagers

Junta troops arrested 15 people and displaced more than 10,000 during raids in northern Myanmar, Free Asia reported today. Around 130 troops entered Sagaing region’s Tabayin township on Thursday, prompting more than 10,000 people to abandon some 10 villages in…
Human Rights Watch: Myanmar’s displaced Muslims face “poor chance” of returning home

Human Rights Watch: Myanmar’s displaced Muslims face “poor chance” of returning home

The “Human Rights Watch” organization has announced that about one million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh face a “poor possibility” of returning safely to their lands after suffering six years of oppression inflicted by war criminals of Myanmar and the Army.…
Thousands of Muslim Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh protest against food ration cuts

Thousands of Muslim Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh protest against food ration cuts

Tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees, residing in Bangladesh’s camps, have protested against the drastic cuts in food rations and claims that they are being pressured to return to Myanmar. The Muslim refugees, who fled persecution in Myanmar in 2017,…
Lawyers in Myanmar face harassment, arrests

Lawyers in Myanmar face harassment, arrests

Lawyers in Myanmar defending anti-coup protesters and critics have faced threats, arrest, and prosecution by the military junta, Human Rights Watch report says, adding that those detained have been tortured and mistreated. According to the report, the military authorities impose…
Bangladesh: Rohingya Muslims in Cox’s Bazar face threats of rising temperatures

Bangladesh: Rohingya Muslims in Cox’s Bazar face threats of rising temperatures

Climate analysts in Bangladesh have expressed concern about massive refugee camps– some of the largest in the world – being located in an extreme-weather hot zone. Cox’s Bazar, where an estimated one million Rohingya refugees live, is a coastal region…
Relief groups voice concerns over reduction in food aids provided to Rohingya refugees

Relief groups voice concerns over reduction in food aids provided to Rohingya refugees

Relief agencies and groups have warned that increasing reduction in food rations is endangering lives of over one million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. The warning came yesterday, Thursday, following a statement by the UN World Food Programme (WFP) to further…
Rohingya refugees in India’s sub-jail demand release or repatriation to Myanmar

Rohingya refugees in India’s sub-jail demand release or repatriation to Myanmar

Refugees who are in detention in Hiranagar Sub-Jail are protesting over their continued detention, seeking their release or repatriation to junta-ruled Myanmar, media outlets reported. Media sources reported that nearly 271 Rohingya refugees started a protest on May 12th by…
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh face another reduction in food rations

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh face another reduction in food rations

The UN humanitarian agency, World Food Programme (WFP), said today Friday, that it is cutting food rations provided to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh from 10 dollars to 8 dollars a month per person. The WFP said that the reduction in…
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