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Showing posts with label Report. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Report. Show all posts

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Inside the October violence in the Rohingya refugee camps

Dhaka Tribune

Shafiur Rahman
October 23rd, 2020

Continued clashes in Kutupalong Rohingya camp, Octover 7, 2020 Dhaka Tribune


Is it a clash between registered camp refugees and non-registered camp refugees or is there something more sinister afoot?

In the first week of October 2020, a certain number of Rohingya refugee camps in Kutupalong became battlegrounds.

Around 2,000 people left their shelters and sought refuge in nearby camps, away from the violence. Hundreds were injured, and there were nine recorded deaths. There have also been a number of abductions and disappearances.

Sunday, October 18, 2020

IOM Bangladesh Rohingya Crisis Response - Monthly Situation Report (August 2020)

Date:

IOM, in Partnership with the Government of Bangladesh, expand Severe Acute Respiratory Infection Isolation and Treatment Center support to Rohingya and Host Communities

Link : Here

Friday, October 9, 2020

International Criminal Court: Prosecute and Offer Witness Protection to Myanmar Army Deserters

FORTIFY RIGHTS
Myanmar
September 08, 2020

Two Myanmar Army soldiers now in ICC custody in The Hague

(BANGKOK, September 8, 2020)—The International Criminal Court (ICC) should swiftly prosecute two Myanmar Army soldiers who confessed to their involvement in massacres, rape, and other crimes against Rohingya in Myanmar, and the court should facilitate witness protection for them, said Fortify Rights today. Fortify Rights has reason to believe Myanmar Army Private Myo Win Tun, 33, and Private Zaw Naing Tun, 30, are in the custody of the ICC and in The Hague.

“This is a monumental moment for Rohingya and the people of Myanmar in their ongoing struggle for justice,” said Matthew Smith, Chief Executive Officer at Fortify Rights. These men could be the first perpetrators from Myanmar tried at the ICC, and the first insider witnesses in the custody of the court. We expect prompt action.

“An Open Prison without End” Myanmar’s Mass Detention of Rohingya in Rakhine State

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Human Rights Watch Report


II. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 

Northern Arakan, consisting of contemporary Maungdaw and Buthidaung townships, has since the late eighteenth century been a region of intermittent unrest and refugee flows. Thousands of Rohingya fled to what is now Bangladesh in four main periods: the late 1700s and early 1800s, the 1940s, 1978 and, most recently, in 1991and 1992. Refugee flows have been prompted by ethnic and religious conflict which were in turn triggered by broader political struggles. This section provides a description of each of the first three flights and concludes with specific attention to the 1991-92 exodus, asylum and return. A historic overview of the region not only serves to reveal the long history of refugee flows in the area, but also traces the attachment of the Rohingya to northern Arakan and thus their firmly established link to what is modern Burma.

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Just vanished!

Friday, August 28, 2020

Facebook executive who shared anti-Muslim post apologises: Report

Aljazeera
27 Aug 2020

Ankhi Das apologised to company staff for post that dubbed Muslims in India a 'degenerate community', BuzzFeed reports. 
Facebook is under fire after The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month that Ankhi Das refused to apply the company's hate speech policies to the BJP leaders and other 'Hindu nationalist individuals and groups [Adnan Abidi/Illustration/Reuters]


A Facebook India executive has apologised to Muslim staff for sharing a post that dubbed Muslims in India a "degenerate community", according to a report by BuzzFeed News.

The post, originally written by a police officer last year in response to nationwide protests against a new citizenship law, said for Muslims, "nothing except purity of religion and implementation of Shariah matter".

Sunday, August 23, 2020

ARU report: No sign of peace, stability returning to Arakan


Dhaka Tribune
August 23rd, 2020
File Photo: Myanmar police officer stands guard in Maungdaw, Rakhine July 9, 2019. Photo taken on July 9, 2019 Reuters


Coronavirus has recently surged in Sittwe with new cases

There is no sign of peace and stability returning to Arakan any time soon, according to a report.

The Arakan Rohingya Union (ARU) Report to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on the situation on the ground in Arakan state, Myanmar, was submitted by ARU Director General Dr Wakar Uddin on Saturday.
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