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Monday, September 7, 2020

Nearly 300 Rohingya come ashore in Aceh after months at sea

Aljazeera
7th September 2020

The group included women and children and are thought to have spent months at sea as traffickers demanded payment.

Nearly 300 Rohingya have come ashore in Aceh, on the northern tip of Indonesia's Sumatra island, authorities said, in one of the biggest such landings by the persecuted Myanmar minority in years.

The group, including more than a dozen children, were spotted at sea by locals who helped them land near Lhokseumawe early on Monday, according to Munir Cut Ali, head of Ujong Blang village.

Friday, July 10, 2020

25 Rohingya children arrived in Aceh without parents: Retno Marsudi



Volunteers of the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) in Lhokseumawe, Aceh, distribute basic necessities, such as food and clothes for prayers, to Rohingya refugees. ANTARA/HO-The Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) Public Relations
" There are 25 children, aged 5-17 years, (who have) arrived without accompanying families in this group"

Jakarta (ANTARA) - Twenty-five Rohingya children, aged between 5 and 17 years, who are currently being sheltered in Aceh arrived without their parents, according to Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi.

"There are 25 children, aged 5-17 years, (who have) arrived without accompanying families in this group," she told the press at the Presidential Palace here on Thursday.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Rohingya find sanctuary in NW Indonesia

AA
Pizaro Gozali Idrus 
JAKARTA
30.06.2020

'We had to survive for 4 months at sea with limited food stocks,' says refugee after rejection from different countries 


After being adrift in the sea for months, Zaiburrahman, 34, said he was so grateful when he finally landed on the northwestern Indonesian coast.

Zaiburrahman, a Rohingya refugee, said he and 113 others on board had to survive for four months at sea with limited food stocks before making it to Aceh.

"We didn't have a lot of food," Zaiburrahman told Anadolu Agency, recounting that they had left Rakhine State for Bangladesh to pick up other refugees and sailed to Malaysia, but were not welcomed by locals.

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Indonesian fishermen rescue dozens of Rohingya refugees in Aceh waters

TheJakartaPost
News Desk
The Jakarta Post
Wed, June 24, 2020
An International Organization for Migration (IOM) official (front right) listens to complaints from Rohingya refugees in a temporary shelter in Cot Gapu in Bireuen regency, Aceh, on April 21, 2018. (Antara/Rahmad)


Three Indonesian fishermen rescued 94 foreign nationals who are believed to be Rohingya refugees in the waters of North Aceh regency on Wednesday morning.

The fishermen – Faisal, 40, Abdul Azis, 40, and Raja, 30 – rescued the foreign nationals from a sinking cargo ship using their fishing boat, the KM 2017.811.

They attempted to transport the group to Kuala Tanah Jambo Aye in Seunuddon district, North Aceh, but their engine was broken, leaving them stranded 4 miles from the coast of Seunuddon.

Monday, February 17, 2020

Rohingya Repatriation: Bangladesh seeks Indonesia’s role through Asean


UNB 
February 16, 2020
UNB News
Dhaka

Indonesian investment sought to remove trade imbalance with Bangladesh.



Bangladesh has urged Indonesia to remain pro-active in the Asean platform to convince Myanmar for creating a conducive environment for a safe, dignified and sustainable repatriation of the Rohingyas.

Foreign Minister DR AK Abdul Momen discussed the issue when Indonesian Ambassador to Bangladesh Rina Prihtyasmiarsi Soemarno met him at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday.

Dr Momen suggested that an Asean-led observer team may be deployed in Rakhine State to oversee the repatriation process.