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Angelina Jolie: Myanmar must show commitment to end violence, displacement in Rakhine

Home > Bangladesh > Rohingya Crisis Angelina Jolie: Myanmar must show commitment to end violence, displacement in Rakhine Abdul Aziz, Cox’s Bazar  > Published at 05:15 pm February 5th, 2019 UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie addresses a press conference at

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Myanmar army ordered to take offensive against Arakan Army

Myanmar army ordered to take offensive against Arakan Army January 19, 2019 Maj. Gen. Nyi Nyi Tun, Vice Chairman of the Myanmar’s military information committee, left, Maj. Gen. Soe Naing, Chairman of the Myanmar’s military information committee, center, and Brig.

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Will the world help the Rohingya to attain justice?

#Rohingya  Will the world help the Rohingya to attain justice? UN mechanism aiming to investigative atrocities committed by the Burmese military needs to be fully funded Photo: A young Rohingya refugee spreads out firewood to dry on the roof of a

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Rohingya repatriation: stop everything until big changes are made

Jewish World Watch > Conflict Areas > Rohingya >  Rohingya repatriation: stop everything until big changes are made December 10, 2018 Ann Strimov Durbin Ann Strimov Durbin is a human rights attorney and the Director of Advocacy and Grantmaking at Jewish World Watch. After Bangladesh

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Repatriation will send Rohingyas back to danger

Repatriation will send Rohingyas back to danger Eijas Ariffin   –  23 November 2018 The repatriation plan between the Bangladeshi and Myanmar government to return Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar has been postponed indefinitely again amid growing concerns on the wellbeing

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UN recognition of Rohingya genocide significant

Home > Opinion > Editorial   UN recognition of Rohingya genocide significant Update: 13:56, Aug 30, 2018 It is a significant step that the United Nations has raised specific charges of genocide against Myanmar generals. The challenge in front of

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Human rights group opposes moving Rohingya to island camp

Human rights group opposes moving Rohingya to island camp AP   – August 06, 2018 00:00, Updated 06 August 2018 International experts have identified six sites near the existing camp housing about 700,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar The latest wave of

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WE ARE AT BREAKING POINT
The Rohingyas
A HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF ARAKAN