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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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Little hope for home

Human rights Little hope for home In the Rohingya refugee camps of Bangladesh, 13-year-old Yasmin Akhter, whose parents were shot dead, lives on shifting sands with hundreds of thousands of others in the shadow of the looming rain. By James

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UN chief’s Bangladesh visit must address restrictions on Rohingya

UN chief’s Bangladesh visit must address restrictions on Rohingya Daniel Sullivan – Published at 01:18 pm June 30th, 2018 International efforts to promote safe and sustainable repatriation must remain the focus On the second of July, United Nations Secretary General

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Rohingya refugees mark first Eid since Myanmar crackdown

Asia Pacific Rohingya refugees mark first Eid since Myanmar crackdown The camp’s mosques are full on Saturday morning as refugees pray for safety from flash floods and sudden landslides. Later, hundreds of refugees stage an hour-long protest. Agence France-Presse @afp

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Meet the Australian protecting Rohingya children from a deadly new threat

UNICEF in action Meet the Australian protecting Rohingya children from a deadly new threat An urgent update from the world’s largest refugee camp                   © UNICEF/Le Moyne by Charlotte Glennie posted 14/06/2018 As monsoon rains intensify in the Rohingya refugee

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Myanmar scrambles to avoid its day in court

Southeast Asia Rights Myanmar scrambles to avoid its day in court New commission of inquiry aims to stave off pressure for an International Criminal Court referral for ‘ethnic cleansing’ and other crimes against the Rohingya By David Scott Mathieson –

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Witness to horror
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WE ARE AT BREAKING POINT
The Rohingyas
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