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Showing posts with label Bangladesh. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bangladesh. Show all posts

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Over 100 Rohingyas detained for fleeing camps

The Daily Star
Wed Sep 20, 2023


Police yesterday detained 101 Rohingyas for fleeing the refugee camps in Ukhiya upazila of Cox's Bazar.

They were held near Ukhiya Degree College next to the Cox's Bazar-Teknaf highway between 11:00am and 1:00pm, said Sheikh Mohammad Ali, officer-in-charge of Ukhiya Police Station.

Monday, September 18, 2023

One detained after gunfight between APBn, robbers in Rohingya camp

Dhaka Tribune
Tribune Desk
Publish : 17 Sep 2023, 

The image shows the detainee along with two APBn police members pose for a photo. Photo: Bangla Tribune
 
A Rohingya teen was arrested in connection with a gunfight between some suspected robbers and the Armed Police Battalion (APBn) at Nayapara Rohingya camp in Teknaf upazila of Cox's Bazar.

The detainee is Rafiq alias Abbua, 18.

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

France, Bangladesh ink deals on infrastructure, satellite technology

TRT World
September'11 2023 

President Macron's visit to Dhaka follows a Pacific trip in July to the French overseas territory, as well as a stopover in Sri Lanka, in which he outlined his "Indo-Pacific strategy" aimed at "recommitting" France to the region.

France has also praised Bangladesh’s "leading contribution" to the UN peacekeeping missions. / Photo: Reuters

French President Emmanuel Macron has witnessed the signature of a deal to facilitate loans to Bangladesh aimed at infrastructure development, as well as a letter of intent to provide the South Asian country with an earth observation satellite system.

Monday, September 4, 2023

US Deputy Assistant Secretary Mira Resnick in Dhaka

The Daily Star
UNB, Dhaka
Mon Sep 4, 2023 

Dhaka, Washington to discuss Indo-Pacific, military cooperation, rights issues tomorrow  

Mira Resnick 

Bangladesh and the United States will hold the ninth annual bilateral security dialogue in Dhaka tomorrow as part of the "comprehensive security relationship" between the two governments.

Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US Bureau of Political-Military Affairs Mira Resnick, who will lead the US delegation, arrived in Dhaka today.

Meeting today to repatriate Rohingyas by December

Prothum Alo------
Diplomatic Correspondent
Dhaka
Updated: 04 Sep 2023

The issue of starting repatriation in smaller scale by December under a trilateral initiative mediated by China will be discussed in the meeting.

This is the first time a delegation from Bangladesh has gone for talks since the junta assumed power in Myanmar.
• Bangladesh will place stress on measures to be taken by Myanmar to restore the confidence of the Rohingyas.

• A list of more than 3,000 Rohingyas have been provided with the goal of starting pilot repatriation project.

Rohingya influx from Myanmar,Reuters

Following a gap of more than four years, Bangladesh is about to hold discussions in Myanmar on starting Rohingya repatriation. The director general-level meeting will be held today, Monday in the administrative capital of Myanmar, Naypyidaw.

Bangladeshi delegation visits Myanmar to discuss Rohingya repatriation

AA
DHAKA, Bangladesh
SM Najmus Sakib
04.09.2023 


Bangladesh wants to start repatriation by December, Rohingya worry for their safety in Myanmar

A high-level delegation from Bangladesh reached Myanmar on Monday to lead a Chinese-mediated meeting on Rohingya repatriation.

A list of over 3,000 Rohingya under a pilot program has been sent to Myanmar to verify and a possible repatriation could begin under the mediation of China, according to Bangladeshi officials.

Sunday, September 3, 2023

Solution caught in trilateral geopolitics

NEWAGE
by Md Zillur Rahaman
Published: Sep 03,2023 

The Rohingyas gather at Ukhiya in Bangladesh on August 25 for a rally marking the sixth anniversary of genocide day. — Agence France-Presse/Tanbir Miraj 
 
SINCE August 25, 2017, the Myanmar army began a large-scale violence against the Rohingyas in Rakhine State. Rohingya victims said that mobs joined the crackdown of the military junta, forcing more than 700,000 Rohingyas to take refuge in Bangladesh. More than 1.1 million Rohingyas now stay in 34 refugee camps at Teknaf and Ukhia in Cox’s Bazar. The Rohingyas say that the Myanmar army forced them to come to Bangladesh with indiscriminate killing, rape and arson.

Rohingya crisis may destabilise the region

Bangladesh Post
By Diplomatic Correspondent
Published : 02 Sep 2023 

Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Dr. A K Abdul Momen said that Rohingya crisis has the potential to destabilize the whole region unless the international community intensifies their efforts to eventuate the sustainable repatriation of the 1.2 million forcibly displaced Rohingyas, temporarily sheltered in Bangladesh, to their homeland Myanmar.

Thursday, August 31, 2023

20 Rohingyas detained in Bandarban

Dhaka Tribune
S Basu Das Bandarban
Publish : 31 Aug 2023,

  • Detainees say that they were promised work
  • Police say they were held during raids  

Representational image of handcuff. Photo: Bigstock 
 

The Detective Branch (DB) of police on Thursday detained 20 Rohingyas in Bandarban hill district.

They were apprehended at 5pm from the Parbat hotel located in the city’s Traffic intersection area.

The detainees were identified as Jafar Hossain, 22, Hossain Ahmad, 36, Rashid Ullah, 16, Ahmudul, 52, Nur Alam, 50, Md Johor, 35, Hafizur Rahman, 28, Nur Alam, 37, Hossain, 22, Yusuf, 21, Arif, 30, Hasan, 20, Ruhul Amin, 22, Siddique, 21, Arafat, 20, Salam, 25, Rifan, 16, Hakim, 30, Alim Ullah, 26, and Alam, 30.

Friday, August 25, 2023

ရိုဟင်ဂျာ - အကြီးဆုံးဒုက္ခသည်စခန်းထဲ အိပ်မက်ဆိုးနဲ့ရှင် သန်နေရသူတွေရဲ့ ခြောက်နှစ်တာ

BBC
အန်ဘာရာဆန် အီသီရာဂျန်
ရာထူးတာဝန်, ဘီဘီစီသတင်းထောက်
သြဂုတ်လ ၂၅ ရက် ၂၀၂၃ 

ကမ္ဘာပေါ်က အကြီးဆုံးဒုက္ခသည်စခန်းလို့ပြောရမယ့် ကော့ဆက်ဘဇားမှာ အိပ်နေရင်း လန့်နိုးရတဲ့ အဆက်မပြတ်တဲ့ သေနတ်သံတွေကို ညတိုင်းကြားရပါတယ်။

ဒီကြောက်ဖို့ကောင်းတဲ့အုပ်စုဖွဲ့အကြမ်းဖက်မှုတွေကြောင့် ခါတွန်လည်း တခြားရိုဟင်ဂျာအမျိုး သမီး တော်တော်များများလိုပဲ မုဆိုးမဘဝနဲ့ကလေးတွေကို ရှာဖွေကျွေးမွေးစောင့်ရှောက်နေရပါတယ်။

'We are citizens of Myanmar; they must accept it'

The Daily Star
Star Digital Report
Fri Aug 25, 2023

 On Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day, refugees in Cox's Bazar demand a safe return to Myanmar.

Ignoring the rain, the Rohingyas held the 'Hope is Home' campaign in the Kutupalong camp

Today marks 6 years of the Rohingya repression in Myanmar's Rakhine. Rohingyas have been observing the day as Rohingya Genocide Day, calling it Black Day. The Rohingyas held the 'Hope is Home' campaign at the Kutupalong Rohingya camp in Ukhia ignoring the rain around 10 am.

Tuesday, August 22, 2023

Future Bleak for Rohingya in Bangladesh, Myanmar

Human Rights Watch
August 20, 2023

No Justice, Freedom Since 2017 Atrocities

Rohingya refugees gather in Kutupalong camp to mark the 2nd anniversary of the start of the Myanmar military’s 2017 atrocities, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, August 25, 2019. © 2019 Rafiqur Rahman/Reuters
 
(Bangkok) – One million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh face little prospect of safely returning home, six years since the Myanmar military launched a campaign of mass atrocities in Rakhine State on August 25, 2017, Human Rights Watch said today. The United Nations Security Council has failed to hold Myanmar’s generals accountable for crimes against humanity and acts of genocide against the Rohingya.

Thursday, August 17, 2023

Prospect of Rohingya repatriation and options for Bangladesh

Financial Express
A military analysis
Mohammad Mahfuzur Rahman
Published :Aug 16, 2023

It has been six years since the massive exodus of Rohingyas took place in August 2017. Initially it was perceived that Myanmar cannot get away for very long with atrocities and crime against humanity of such magnitude. Despite regional power's support and some permanent members support in UN Security Council the condemnation of the act was overwhelming worldwide. Bangladesh's diplomatic initiative bilaterally as well as taking some members of ASEAN on board there was a memorandum of understanding signed in November 2017 between Bangladesh and Myanmar on Rohingya repatriation. In fact, that created hope among many about resolving the refugee issue quickly. To my appreciation the expulsion of Rohingyas from Rakhine was a systematic, well-orchestrated military operation. With my background I understood the drama of taking back the Rohingyas was also a portrayal of military operation. In fact, it is part of a deception plan and psychological warfare. Any military operation without political objective is a nonsensical waste of resources. Tatmadaw (Myanmar military) generals being a bunch of meritocratic cunning professionals would not waste resources.

Thursday, August 10, 2023

Rohingya repatriation: Easier said than don

ANN
Tasneem Tayeb
The Daily Star
August 10, 2023 

The Rohingya are also desperate to escape these squalid living conditions and the restrained life of the camps. PHOTO: REUTERS/THE STRAITS TIMES

DHAKA – The recent indication by Chinese Special Envoy for Asian Affairs, Deng Xijun, that the Rohingya may be taken back to their own villages should come as a welcome news for both the one million or so Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and for the host country itself. The majority of the refugees have been stranded here since the 2017 attacks by Myanmar’s state forces which led to the killing of more than 24,000 Rohingya Muslims and exodus of more than 700,000 victims.

Saturday, August 5, 2023

Rohingya Refugees Wary as China Develops Plan for Repatriation

VOA
Ingyin Naing
August 03, 2023 

Two Rohingya children at the sprawling Balukhali refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, June 9, 2023. (Noor Hossain/VOA)
Rohingya refugees living in squalid and sprawling camps in Bangladesh are casting a skeptical eye on a Chinese initiative to facilitate their return to Myanmar, where they were subjected to a campaign of murder and burning by the same military forces that now rule the country.

"We want to return home. However, under this pilot scheme, the Myanmar military will confine us in camps. They won't allow us to go back to our homes and villages," Aung Myaing, a Rohingya relief volunteer at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, told VOA by phone.

Tuesday, July 25, 2023

Bangladesh Police Arrest Rohingya Militant Leader

A commander of the militant Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), who was allegedly responsible for the killing of Squadron Leader Rizwan Rushdi of Bangladeshi military intelligence in November 2022, has been captured in Cox’s Bazar.

Saturday, July 22, 2023

ICC chief prosecutor vows to speed up efforts to bring justice to Rohingya

ARAB NEWS
SHEHAB SUMON
Updated 07 July 2023 

A Rohingya refugee living in Malaysia wears a headband reading "Save Rohingya" during a protest against the treatment of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, in Kuala Lumpur on September 8, 2017. (AFP via Getty Images/File)

  • Karim Khan arrived in Bangladesh to hear testimony from survivors of Myanmar violence
  • He thanked Bangladeshis for hosting and providing humanitarian support to the Rohingya   


DHAKA: The International Criminal Court vowed on Friday to accelerate a probe into alleged genocide by Myanmar's military against the Rohingya Muslim minority, after its chief prosecutor met survivors in Bangladesh.

Friday, July 21, 2023

A new wave of violence rocks Rohingya camps

THE HINDU
July 18, 2023
Arun Devnath

Armed groups killed over 40 Rohingya refugees in camps in Bangladesh in 2022, while at least 48 refugees were killed in the first half of 2023, according to a rights group
File photo of a Rohingya refugee camp, near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. | Photo Credit: AP

In a brazen, daylight attack earlier this month, a group of assailants knifed a Rohingya community leader to death in Cox’s Bazar and fled. The death of Mohammad Ebadullah, 35, sent a shockwave through the Kutupalong block where he had provided community service. It all played out when a delegation of the International Criminal Court (ICC), led by Prosecutor Karim A. A. Khan, a British lawyer, was interviewing refugees in another block of the camp.

Saturday, July 15, 2023

HRW condemns armed gang violence against Rohingya in Cox's Bazaar

asianews
07/14/2023,

The human rights groups slams Bangladesh for failing to protect Rohingya refugees and take effective steps against drug dealing, human trafficking, and murder in the camps. In Myanmar, the military’s brutal crackdown continues, while ASEAN foreign ministers fail again to do anything in their latest meeting.

Cox's Bazar (AsiaNews/Agencies) – Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused Bangladeshi authorities of failing to protect Rohingya refugees from armed gangs involved in drug trafficking, extortion, kidnappings, and murders inside refugee camps.

Monday, July 3, 2023

UK provides £11.6m for Rohingya refugees and communities affected by disasters across Bangladesh

GOV.UK
From: British High Commission Dhaka
Published3 July 2023

 UK provides £11.6m for Rohingya refugees and communities affected by disasters across Bangladesh

This new package of UK support will provide food, water, and sanitation to Rohingya refugees, and child protection services to refugees and neighbouring host communities. It will also provide support to communities across Bangladesh affected by major natural disasters, such as floods and cyclones, if they occur.