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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Bangladesh hopes Malaysia plays instrumental role to help solve Rohingya crisis

malay mail
Tuesday, 13 Apr 2021
Bangladesh High Commissioner to Malaysia Md Golam Sarwar said Malaysia was one of the countries that had immediately responded to Bangladesh’s call for assistance during the early weeks of the Rohingya crisis in 2017. — Reuters pic


KUALA LUMPUR, April 13 — Bangladesh hopes Malaysia would play an instrumental role to move the issue of Rohingya refugees forward within Asean and help Bangladesh achieve a durable solution to this crisis.

Today's News (Quick Search )April 2021

 Rohingya News all over the world

NEWS TODA

13.04.2021

[Achim Steiner] Myanmar's young demand their future - The Korea Herald

AA Chief Does Not Want Myanmar's Strikes and Protests in Rakhine State The Irrawaddy News Magazine

Adani Ports removed from S&P index due to links with Myanmar military Reuters

At least 710 killed in Myanmar since coup: Rights group News.Az

BACI executive director shows Indiana's importance in fight for freedom in Myanmar The Indianapolis Star

Bangladesh 1971 to Myanmar 2021 – untangling India's refugee dilemma Sify News

Bangladesh hopes Malaysia plays instrumental role to help solve Rohingya crisis Malay Mail

Baptists of Burma organize Washington rally against coup Baptist Standard

Biden sends greetings to Muslims for Ramadan Anadolu Agency

Biden sends Ramazan greetings, says his govt will protect rights and safety of all people DAWN.com

Biden, first lady send 'warmest greetings' to Muslims for Ramadan The Hill

Brotherhood Alliance tells military to stop killings, threatens to abandon ceasefire myanmar-now

Burma's Suu Kyi Asks Court to Let Her Meet Lawyers, Activists Urge New Year Defiance NTD

CAIR wishes Ramadan Kareem to all Muslims The Arab Daily News

Closing the Education Gap: Time To Step up for Refugee Children The Good Men Project

Clutching at a straw in Burma - One fiddle's amazing journey from Myanmar to Ireland IrishCentral

Explained: On 'refugees' and 'illegal immigrants', how India's stance changes with circumstances The Indian Express

Fire breaks out at Balukhali Rohingya camp again Dhaka Tribune

Fire erupts again in Rohingya camp in Bangladesh - Anadolu Agency

FIRE INCIDENT ACROSS ROHINGYA CAMPS BRAC

How Indiana's Burmese community is leading a movement for democracy The Indianapolis Star

Humanitarian crisis management programme: Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh - Situation Report #12 ... ReliefWeb

India's reaction to Myanmar coup highlights cross-border interests ASEAN TODAY

Info Sheet: Myanmar and the Rohingya People The College Reporter

International Law Omissions in Rohingya Deportation Order The Leaflet

Malaysia kena kecam for meeting officials in Myanmar. But what's the big deal? CILISOS.MY ( NSL )

McConnell praises Biden's response to Myanmar coup Axios

More Bloodshed in Myanmar as Crackdown on Coup Protests Continues The New York Times


More Than 700 Civilians Killed By Myanmar Junta Since Coup NPR

Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins for 2nd time in COVID-19-era Breitbart

Myanmar activists vow week of protests during new year holidays WHBL News

Myanmar coup: The people shot dead since the protests began BBC News

Myanmar economy may shrink up to 20% as crisis looms Livemint

Myanmar Moves Toward Civil War, Failed State Council on Foreign Relations

Myanmar violence 'must cease immediately': UN agencies UN News

Myanmar's military is charging families $85 to retrieve bodies of relatives killed in crackdown - CNN

Myanmar's ruling junta issues fresh charges for Suu Kyi - Associated Press

Myanmar's Suu Kyi asks court to let her meet lawyers, activists urge New Year defiance - Reuters

Myanmar's Unsustainable Social Media Shutdown The Diplomat

Nineteen Burmese protesters sentenced to death—Europe get off your sofa! - Social Europe

On 'refugees' and 'illegal immigrants', how India's stance changes with circumstances The Indian Express

Post-Coup Myanmar Could Become a Failed State - World Politics Review

Professor Discusses What Might Be To Come In Myanmar NPR

Ramadan 2021: President Joe Biden greets Muslims in US and across world observing Ramzan Zee News

Reaching out to Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar - Cordaid International Cordaid

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh hopes Malaysia will play instrumental role in ASEAN summit The Daily Star

Rohingya refugees face deportation threat Frontline

Rohingya Refugees Still Dream of Home Al-Bawaba

SOS From Burma Amid Bloody Crackdown NTD

State pays ASU, UA for managing COVID-19 test and vaccine sites Arizona Education News Service

Statement from the President on the Beginning of Ramadan Whitehouse.gov

Taiwan takes tougher line against Myanmar regime Nikkei Asia

The Times view on Myanmar protests: Savagery in Myanmar The Times

Turkey provides food packages to Rohingya in Bangladesh Anadolu Agency

UN sees Syria echoes in Myanmar conflict Aljazeera.com

WFP in Cox's Bazar Situation Report #3: Fires in the Rohingya refugee camps (12 April 2021) ReliefWeb 

‘Piles of bodies’ seen in Myanmar as violence escalates: reports

NEW YORK POST
Kerry J. Byrne
April 10, 2021
Young protesters flash a three-fingered symbol of resistance in Yangon, Myanmar on April 10, 2021.AP


“Piles of bodies” were seen in one city in Myanmar after another gruesome attack by the country’s security forces against its own people.

Dozens of people were killed in the city of Bago Friday, “leaving piles of bodies in pagodas and on school grounds” in the deadliest single incident in Myanmar since a coup toppled the elected government Feb. 1, according to Radio Free Asia and other reports.

Myanmar’s post-coup civilian death toll tops 700

TAIPEI TIMES
AFP, YANGON, Myanmar 
Mon, Apr 12, 2021 page1


A security guard was wounded in a bomb blast outside a military-owned bank in Myanmar’s second-biggest city yesterday morning, as the civilian death toll from the junta’s brutal crackdown on dissent topped more than 700 at the weekend.

The country has been in turmoil since the military removed Burmese State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi on Feb. 1.

Myawaddy Bank’s biggest branch in Mandalay was targeted yesterday morning and a security guard was injured in the explosion, local media reported.

A demonstrator carrying a homemade weapon gives the three-finger salute at an anti-coup protest in Mandalay, Myanmar, yesterday. Photo: EPA-EFE


The bank is one of scores of military-controlled businesses that have faced boycott pressure since the coup, with many customers demanding to withdraw their savings.

With Its Economy in Free Fall, Myanmar Braces for the Worst

Bloomberg News
12 April 2021,


Investors are fleeing and businesses are teetering close to the financial edge as the junta’s crackdown worsens.Bloomberg News

Protesters taking part in a candlelight demonstration against the military coup in Yangon's Tamwe township on April 3. Source AFP/Getty Images


With a tea shop right next to key protest zones in Myanmar’s biggest city, Soe is never quite sure whether he should keep the business open.

If protesters enter to evade authorities, the 43-year-old risks getting shot, arrested or having his property destroyed as the military and police hunt them down. But if he turns away fleeing demonstrators, he may face a backlash on Facebook and a boycott of his tea shop, among hundreds in Yangon that have long served as de facto community centers.

Myanmar Coup Puts the Seal on Autocracy’s Rise in Southeast Asia

THE NEW YORK TIMES
By Hannah Beech
April 13, 2021, 
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A protest this month in Yangon, Myanmar, against the military’s ouster of the civilian government.Credit...The New York Times

Not long ago, democracy seemed to be surging in the region. But in Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines and elsewhere, it is in trouble.

Late last month, foreign officials in army regalia toasted their hosts in Naypyidaw, the bunkered capital built by Myanmar’s military. Ice clinked in frosted glasses. A lavish spread had been laid out for the foreign dignitaries in honor of Myanmar’s Armed Forces Day.

Clarissa Ward takes you behind the scenes in Myanmar

CNN
Reliable Sources


CNN's Clarissa Ward discusses her experience reporting from inside Myanmar.



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Russia and China Thwarting International Response to Myanmar Crisis: EU

KMJ NOW
AFP
11 April 2021
Russia and China are frustrating the international response to the Myanmar crisis, a top European Union diplomat said Sunday, as the death toll from a military crackdown climbed past 700.

Myanmar has been in turmoil since the military removed civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi from power on February 1.

International efforts to stem the violence have so far failed to yield results, with EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell saying Sunday it was “no surprise” that Russia and China were blocking efforts at the UN Security Council to impose an arms embargo.

S.Korea provides IOM $1.0m to support fire affected Rohingya families

Financial Express
FE ONLINE REPORT
April 12, 2021 


South Korea has decided to provide emergency support of $1.0 million to the International Organization of Migration (IOM) to support the Rohingya community in Cox’s Bazar.

These funds will contribute to the massive humanitarian efforts required to respond to the devastating fire that broke out on March 22 in several Rohingya refugee camps, said a press statement of IOM on Sunday.

WFP Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: Host Community Brief (March 2021)

Situation Report 
Source-WFP
11 Apr 2021
Link :Here

Will Supreme Court Apply Rohingya Case Logic to CAA?

THE LEAFLET


The Supreme Court has refused to stay the deportation of Rohingyas from Jammu, as it ‘cannot comment’ on events taking place in another country. Will the court refuse to decide whether Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, and Parsis fleeing Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan are persecuted minorities on the same ground? MIHIR DESAI writes in the context of the CAA, 2019.

New Light of Myanmar ( English Newspaper )

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Monday, April 12, 2021

South Korea provides $1m to IOM to support Rohingyas affected in recent fire


Dhaka Tribune
UNB
April 10th, 2021
Massive fire at Balukhali Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar on Monday, March 22, 2021 Dhaka Tribune

The donation will support activities in response to the recent Rohingya camp fire in Cox’s Bazar

The government of South Korea has decided to provide emergency support of US $1 million to the International Organization of Migration (IOM) in order to support the humanitarian activities in response to the massive fire that broke out recently at the Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar.

Burmese envoy calls for embargo

TAIPEI TIMES
AFP, YANGON, Myanmar
Sun, Apr 11, 2021 page5

Myanmar’s ambassador to the UN on Friday urged “strong action” against the junta as reports emerged of scores killed in the military’s latest crackdown.

The country has been in turmoil since the military on Feb. 1 ousted Burmese State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, with protesters refusing to submit to the junta regime and continuing to demand a return to democracy.

During a UN Security Council meeting on Friday, Burmese Ambassador to the UN Kyaw Moe Tun pushed for more concrete action — proposing a no-fly zone, an arms embargo and more targeted sanctions against members of the military and their families.

‘Come and see for yourselves’

THE Star
Sunday, 11 Apr 2021



LANGKAWI: Their 30ha settlement is a somewhat secluded neighbourhood hidden away from the iconic eagle in Kuah town and unknown to many Malaysians visiting this “touristy” island.

19 people sentenced to death by Myanmar military

CNN
Story by Reuters
April 10, 2021

Myanmar special envoy: It is time for the world to stop another genocide 05:27


Nineteen people have been sentenced to death in Myanmar for killing an associate of an army captain, the military-owned Myawaddy TV station said on Friday -- the first such sentences announced in public since a February 1 coup and crackdown on protesters.

The report said the killing took place on March 27 in the North Okkalapa district of Yangon, Myanmar's biggest city. Martial law has been declared in the district, allowing courts martial to pronounce sentences.

The military rulers who overthrew an elected government said Friday the protest campaign against its rule was dwindling because people wanted peace, and that it would hold elections within two years -- the first timeframe it has given for a return to democracy.

Ten Myanmar policemen killed in attack by ethnic armies opposed to junta-report

THE ECONOMIC TIMES
ReutersLast Updated: Apr 10, 2021,

More than 600 people have been killed by the military in the crackdown on protests against the Feb. 1 coup, according to a monitoring group.

An alliance of ethnic armies in Myanmar that has opposed the junta's crackdown on anti-coup protests attacked a police station in the east on Saturday and at least 10 policemen were killed, domestic media said.

The police station at Naungmon in Shan state was attacked early in the morning by fighters from an alliance that includes the Arakan Army, the Ta'ang National Liberation Army and the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, media reported.

Shan News said at least 10 policemen were killed, while the Shwe Phee Myay news outlet put the death toll at 14.

The battle for democracy in Myanmar

EUROPEAN UNION
EXTERNAL ACTION SERVICE

11/04/2021

11/04/2021 - HR/VP Blog – The world is horrified by the bloody military coup in Myanmar, with reports of more than 80 people killed in Bago last Friday. We are pursuing a robust diplomatic initiative in close coordination with like-minded partners. However, geopolitical competition in Myanmar makes it difficult to find common ground, to halt the violence and ensure a return to democracy.


Democracy is increasingly challenged these days, but in few places in such a dramatic and brutal fashion as in Myanmar. In the early morning of 1 February, the clock on Myanmar’s democratic transition was turned back many years with a 1970s-style military coup. The army claimed that the November 2020 elections, which the National League for Democracy (NLD) had won with a landslide, had somehow been ‘fraudulent’, without offering any evidence. It declared a state of emergency and put State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and President Win Myint under arrest, together with other democratic leaders.

US urges action by UN Security Council on Myanmar coup

the journal.ie
11 April 2021
 
The US wants the UN to issue a resolution to pressure the military junta to restore democracy.


THE UNITED STATES yesterday demanded swift action from the UN Security Council on Myanmar amid a push for a resolution to pressure the military junta to restore democracy.

“The military needs to feel the cost associated with its horrific actions. The stability and prosperity of the region depends on swift action,” US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield told a Security Council meeting.

Why do we think of Buddhism as peaceful?

INDEPENDENT
Nick Swann

Buddhism is often regarded as the peaceful religion and its adherents as pacifists but is this true and why do we think so? Nick Swann explains

The Buddhist statue at Po Lin, Lantau Island, Hong Kong(Getty/ iStockphoto)


When teaching “Buddhism and violence”, I usually start by asking students to rank religious groups in the order of how many followers each has in the Army.

Typically, Christians are at the top of students’ lists and Buddhists at the bottom.

This reflects an unconscious bias many students have regarding Buddhism – they assume that all Buddhists are peaceful and that a Buddhist isn’t likely to embrace a career that may well involve violence.
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