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Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh at risk of COVID-19 infection [Video]

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh at risk of COVID-19 infection

Activists are warning that conditions at crowded camps in southeast Bangladesh are leaving a million Rohingya refugees at risk of contracting the virus. Text:

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 05:44Published
Myanmar: Karen minority demands protection in peace park [Video]

Myanmar: Karen minority demands protection in peace park

Despite a ceasefire agreed upon in 2012, a fight by Myanmar’s Karen ethnic minority for greater autonomy continues.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:50Published
Myanmar violence: Thousands displaced by fresh fighting [Video]

Myanmar violence: Thousands displaced by fresh fighting

Government forces are fighting the Arakan Army in the state.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:55Published
Inside Rohingya camps: Government invites media to Myanmar [Video]

Inside Rohingya camps: Government invites media to Myanmar

Many rights groups say conditions in Myanmar do not guarantee a safe return for the Rohingya.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 05:28Published
Rohingya crisis: Refugees afraid to return home to Myanmar [Video]

Rohingya crisis: Refugees afraid to return home to Myanmar

Afraid to return home, Myanmar's Rohingya refugees are stuck in camps in Bangladesh, three years on from a military crackdown.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:27Published
Rohingya refugees die after boat capsizes off Bangladesh [Video]

Rohingya refugees die after boat capsizes off Bangladesh

Seventy people rescued after overcrowded boat heading for Malaysia sank in Bay of Bengal, officials say.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:20Published
Myanmar Shelling Kills Two Women, Injures Seven Rohingya [Video]

Myanmar Shelling Kills Two Women, Injures Seven Rohingya

Two women were killed and seven other people were wounded when shells hit a Rohingya village in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on Saturday.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:41Published

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Television news summarizes daily what a new world order shaped by civilisationalists entails. Writer William Gibson’s assertion that “the future is already here – it’s just not evenly..
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Bangladesh rethinks plan to move Rohingya refugees to island - minister

Bangladesh is reconsidering a plan to relocate Rohingya refugees to a flood-prone island located hours by boat from its coast, junior minister for disaster management and relief Enamur Rahman told..
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Maldives hires Amal Clooney to represent Rohingya at UN

British-Lebanese lawyer said she is delighted to represent the Rohingya before the International Court of Justice.
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Germany pledges 15 million euros to Rohingya cause

Top development official Gerd Müller has promised to step-up efforts to improve education for young people in Rohingya refugee camps. Müller pledged the funds after a meeting with Bangladesh's prime..
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BJP seeks probe into Rohingya immigrants getting Aadhaar cards

The issue vindicates our position, say party leaders
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'Never heard of anything like this': Advocates stunned by Manus escape

Rohingya refugee Jaivet Ealom asylum seeker tells how his extraordinary escape from Manus Island was influenced by the plot of television series 'Prison Break'.
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Denying genocide in Myanmar: 'Rumours and hearsay'

Aung San Suu Kyi's former spokesperson Nyo Ohn Myint dismisses atrocities carried out against the Rohingya.
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Myanmar to court-martial more troops over war crimes against Rohingya

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Dozens of Rohingya face charges for illegal travel in Myanmar after fleeing Rakhine state

Dozens of Rohingya Muslims, including two children, appeared in court in Myanmar on Friday, the latest group to face charges after attempting to flee conflict-torn Rakhine state.
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Brinda Karat: Why Rohingya, Ahmadiyya Muslims not covered under CAA?

Terming the Citizenship Amendment Act as "divisive and discriminatory", she said it is India's tragedy that instead of external forces, the central government itself is engaged in "weakening the..
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Why International Law Is Crucial For Human Wellbeing – OpEd

By Richard Falk* International law disappoints in so many ways, making it easy to overlook why, despite its flaws, it remains valuable and indeed vital for human wellbeing. I put here to one side..
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Facebook is spending $130 million to create a 'Supreme Court' that can overrule Mark Zuckerberg — here's everything we know about it (FB)

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Bangladesh: Where Is The BNP? Support Needed To Confront The BAL’s Ongoing Brutalities – OpEd

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Justice will be a long time coming for the Rohingya. But the latest ICJ ruling is a start ǀ View

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Is Pakistani intelligence radicalizing Rohingya refugees?

With violent confrontations on the rise, there is an increasing fear of the radicalization of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. A recent accusation from Indian intelligence points the finger at its..
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At least 15 dead after boat capsizes off Bangladesh

Fifty people are still missing after a boat carrying Rohingya refugees heading for Malaysia capsized on Tuesday.
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Rohingya can’t be kept in jail after serving term: HC

The refugees will have to be taken to a safe place and continue to be monitored, says Bench
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At least 15 women and kids drown as Rohingya refugees' boat sinks

Aid worker says the deaths "should be a wake-up call for us all" about the desperation of thousands of refugees in Bangladesh camps.
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India-Bangladesh have agreed on need for expedited repatriation of Rohingya migrants: MoS Home

In a written reply, Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said there are reports of some Rohingya migrants indulging in illegal activities
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Dozens of Rohingya refugees missing, 15 confirmed dead after boat capsizes

In 2017, a crackdown by Myanmar`s military drove more than 730,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh.
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News24.com | 14 Rohingya die, dozens unaccounted for as boat sinks off Bangladesh

At least 14 people drowned and dozens more were unaccounted for after a boat carrying Rohingya refugees sank off southern Bangladesh early Tuesday, officials said.
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At Least 15 Dead as Boat Carrying Rohingya Capsizes Off Bangladesh's Coast - Reports


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At least 15 Rohingya refugees drown after trawler sinks


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