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Showing posts with label Condemn. Show all posts
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Friday, March 24, 2023

Rohingya campaigners condemn Myanmar’s ‘opaque’ repatriation plan

Aljazeera
By Al Jazeera Staff
Published On 23 Mar 202323 Mar 2023

Rights campaigners call the ruling military’s pilot project to repatriate the persecuted ethnic Muslim minority a ‘PR campaign’. 

Nearly 800,000 Rohingya fled their homeland in Myanmar in 2017 after a brutal military crackdown [File: Showkat Shafi/Al Jazeera]
 
The Myanmar military’s “pilot project” to repatriate about 1,000 Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh has been met with scepticism, with rights campaigners calling it a “PR campaign”.

Last week, a delegation from Myanmar visited the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district – home to more than 1 million Rohingya – to interview potential candidates for their return as early as next month.

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

UN and US condemn Myanmar military after protest reportedly turns deadly in Yangon

CNN
By Pierre Meilhan and Cape Diamond,
December 6, 2021
Protesters walk down the street to protest against the military coup and demand the release of deposed civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.


(CNN)At least five people were killed in Myanmar when a vehicle plowed into anti-junta protesters this weekend, according to local media. The attack took place in a Yangon township, news outlet Myanmar Now reported Sunday, citing protesters and eyewitnesses. 

One reporter who witnessed the incident told CNN that it was a military vehicle that rammed demonstrators. 

Saturday, December 28, 2019

UN General Assembly votes to condemn human rights abuses of Myanmar's Rohingya

ABC News
2019-12-28

Photo: A woman reacts as Rohingya refugees wait to receive aid in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh in September 2017. (Reuters: Cathal McNaughton, file)
The United Nations General Assembly has approved a resolution strongly condemning human rights abuses against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims and other minorities, including arbitrary arrests, torture, rape and deaths in detention. 


The 193-member world body voted 134-9 with 28 abstentions in favour of the resolution which also calls on Myanmar's Government to take urgent measures to combat incitement of hatred against the Rohingya and other minorities in Rakhine, Kachin and Shan states.

Myanmar Rohingya: UN condemns human rights abuses

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NEWS
2019-12-208
Tens of thousands of Rohingya fled Myanmar for refugee camps in Bangladesh

The UN General Assembly has approved a resolution condemning human rights abuses against Muslim Rohingya and other minorities in Myanmar.

The resolution also calls on Myanmar to stop the incitement of hatred against the Rohingya and other minorities.

Monday, June 17, 2019

UN report condemns its conduct in Myanmar as systemic failure

The Guardian
Mon 17 Jun 2019

Exclusive: ‘Serious errors’ found in agencies’ approach to Rohingya crisis in Rakhine
 A displaced Rohingya woman and her children at a temporary camp in Rakhine state in December 2018. Photograph: Nyunt Win/EPA 

A damning report by the UN on its own conduct in Myanmar has condemned the organisation’s “obviously dysfunctional performance” over the past decade and concluded there was a systemic failure.

The report, seen by the Guardian before publication, was commissioned by the secretary general, António Guterres, after accusations that the UN system ignored warning signs of escalating violence before an alleged genocide of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority.

Saturday, June 1, 2019

OIC condemns inhumane situation of Myanmar's Rohingya

REUTERS
June 1, 2019


CAIRO (Reuters) - The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit condemned the inhumane situation of Rohingya Muslims, urging a halt to violence, it said in a statement on Saturday.

The summit in Mecca also stressed that Myanmar’s government has the responsibility to protect its citizens, the statement added.

Reporting by Nayera Abdallah; Editing by Clarence Fernandez


Link :https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-summit-oic-rohingya/oic-condemns-inhumane-situation-of-myanmars-rohingya-idUSKCN1T22VG

Thursday, April 18, 2019

UN Condemns Rakhine Attacks: An Internal Burmese Conflict Rises

The Organization for World Peace
Current Events by Kavya Singh
17 Apr, 2019


On the evening of 3 April, two military helicopters flew over Hpon Nyo Leik village in south Buthidaung township in Myanmar, firing on Rohingya Muslims who were tending their cows and paddy fields. According to the sources, at least seven civilians have been killed and more than 18 injured. The UN Human Rights Office has condemned the Myanmar military- called the Tatmadew- for again carrying out attacks against civilians and have been blamed for their “genocidal intent.”

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

UN rights experts condemn India decision to deport Rohingya to Myanmar

JURIST
April 3, 2019 
Orin France


UN human rights experts on Tuesday condemned the Indian government for the deportation of three Rohingya to Myanmar despite international law which prohibits the practice.

According to the UN experts, India has separated and forcibly returned Rohingya families to Myanmar, including the recent deportation of a father and three of his children. Five other family members were also deported.

India: UN human rights experts condemn Rohingya deportations.

UN Human Rights
High Commissioner for Human Rights
GENEVA |2nd April 2019



UN human rights experts* condemned the Indian Government’s decision to deport three more Rohingya to Myanmar and urged the authorities to stop such forced deportations which are prohibited under international law.

The three Rohingyas deported, a father and his children, had been imprisoned since 2013, on charges related to lack of documentation. On 3 January 2019, India separated and forcibly returned five other members of their family to Myanmar.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Rohingya militants condemn violence in refugee camps amid experiences of killings

Brinkwire
Brinkwire ,March 16, 2019

YANGON (Reuters) – Myanmar’s Rohingya militants urged their followers on Wednesday to refrain from crime in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh, following reports of killings and abductions attributed to the group, the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA).

ARSA, which emerged with attacks on border posts in Myanmar’s Rakhine state in 2016, is focused on winning rights for Rohingya, the mostly stateless Muslim minority long persecuted in Myanmar.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Rohingya militants condemn violence in refugee camps amid reports of killings

KFGO
FM Fargo-Moorhead
Wednesday, March 13, 2019


Rohingya refugees gather at a market inside a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, March 7, 2019.              REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's Rohingya militants urged their followers on Wednesday to refrain from crime in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh, following reports of killings and abductions attributed to the group, the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA).