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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Doubts Hang Over Fresh Rohingya Repatriation Attempt to Myanmar

VOA
By Agence France-Presse
August 21, 2019 
 
A Rohingya man sells betel leaves in a market at a camp in Teknaf, Bangladesh, Aug. 21, 2019.

 TEKNAF, BANGLADESH - Rohingya refugees living in camps in Bangladesh said Wednesday that they did not want to return to their homes in Myanmar, raising doubts about a fresh attempt to repatriate the stateless, mainly Muslim minority.

On Thursday, Bangladesh and Myanmar were hoping to begin repatriating a few of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled a military crackdown two years ago, after a previous attempt in November failed.

Friday, July 19, 2019

Bangladesh Calls for Financial Sanctions on Myanmar, as Country Pushes for Rohingya Repatriation

VOA
By Anis Ahmed, Leslie Bonilla
July 19, 2019 

WASHINGTON - Bangladesh wants Myanmar to repatriate the nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees who have fled genocide, and a top Bangladeshi official wants international financial sanctions to back it up.

Much of the Muslim-majority ethnic group has fled to Bangladesh after Myanmar’s latest brutal crackdown in 2017, which included mass killings, sexual assaults and arson. The military has justified its crackdown, which involved mass killings, gang rapes and widespread arson, as a way of eradicating Rohingya insurgents.

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Rohingya Refugees Lack Schools, Qualified Teachers

Aid groups in the Rohingya refugee camps are slowly building an education system for 300,000 children in Bangladesh. 
 Shamsuddin, a Rohingya refugee himself, teaches Burmese language to Rohingya children. Like many of the teachers in the refugee camps he has only finished high school.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Medical Teams in Rohingya Camps Adapt to Prolonged Crisis

VOA
South & Central Asia
Dave Grunebaum
May 10, 2019

Foysal Ahmed, a medical assistant, examines Rahim Ullah, who has diabetes.
COX’S BAZAR, BANGLADESH —

Rahim Ullah takes deep breaths as a medical assistant listens with a stethoscope to his heartbeat.

Rahim Ullah is a 62-year-old diabetic getting treatment in a refugee camp at a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders. His blood pressure, reflexes and sense of feeling in his feet are also checked.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Chinese Investment in Myanmar's Rakhine State Questioned

VOA
April 27, 2019
Libby Hogan 
Myanmar's defacto leader and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi is welcoming businesses to invest in Rakhine State, more than a year and a half since a brutal military crackdown forced hundreds of thousands of minority Rohingya Muslims to flee into neighboring Bangladesh. Despite the push for investment, many residents in Rakhine State worry they will not see any of the benefits. Libby Hogan has this report from Kyaukpyu Beach in Rakhine State. 
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Monday, April 29, 2019

In Rohingya Camps, Political Activities Risky For Some

VOA
April 28, 2019
Mohib Ullah, a leader of Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights, speaks to other Rohingya people who face problem to collect relief supplies in Kutupalong camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh April 7, 2019. (REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain)
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It was after Mohib Ullah scored his first political victories that the death threats began for real. On a recent morning, the Rohingya refugee spoke with Reuters in the Bangladesh camp where he lives. He read the latest warning, sent over the WhatsApp messaging app.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

US Condemns Myanmar Ruling Keeping 2 Journalists Imprisoned.

VOA
April 24, 2019

FILE - Detained Myanmar journalists Wa Lone, (L) and Kyaw Soe Oo (3rd-R) are escorted by police from the courthouse as they are taken to prison after the first day of trial in Yangon, July 16, 2018.

The U.S. on Wednesday condemned the Myanmar Supreme Court decision upholding the convictions of two Reuters journalists for violating the country's Official Secrets Act by uncovering the Myanmar military's massacre of Rohingya Muslims.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

VOA Asia 15 minutes 2019-03-12

VOA Asia 15 
March 11, 2019

 India, Pakistan and Afghanistan continue to deal with terrorism and a ghost of its past. Meditation to ease Rohingya minds. A movie tells war survivor stories. Endangered species in the cross-hairs. ------------
Link :https://www.voanews.com/a/4824694.html

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Rohingya Refugee Women Meditate to Reduce Stress

VOA
March 10, 2019 1:40 AM
Muazzem Hossain Shakil 

About 1 million Rohingya refugees live in Cox's Bazar camp in Bangladesh, mostly women and girls. The U.N. says most of them suffered severe traumatic experiences. Some have lost their children, husbands and other family members, and others have been victims of sexual harassment, even rape. With hope of a better future, some Rohingya women in the camp are learning meditation to help them recover. VOA's Muazzem Shakil visited one of these sessions and filed this report narrated by Bezhan Hamdard.

Sunday, February 10, 2019

People Flee Escalating Violence in Myanmar's Rakhine, Southern Chin States.

VOA NEWS
February 10, 2019,
By: Lisa Schlein
A Mro ethnic women with child displaced from the surge of fighting between ethnic armed rebel group of the Arakan Army and government troops take refuge at a compound of a Buddhist pagoda in Buthidaung township in the restive Rakhine state, Jan. 25, 2019.

GENEVA — The U.N. refugee agency says it is worried by reports of people fleeing escalating violence in Myanmar's southern Chin State and Rakhine State, adding to growing instability in these regions.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

( 30.10.2018 ) Rights Activists: Rohingya in Bangladesh Vulnerable to Exploitation

 
                      FILE - Rohingya girls carry water pots at Kutupalong refugee camp, in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, Nov. 19, 2017.

WASHINGTON —

Rohingya refugees, who escaped violence in Myanmar and settled in refugee camps in neighboring Bangladesh, are vulnerable to forced labor, human trafficking, and in some case to sexual exploitation, rights groups and activists warn.