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Saturday, July 2, 2022

Today's News (Quick Search ) July, 2022

Rohingya News & Myanmar News all over the world

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NEWS TODAY

03.07.2022



As Asean mulls its options on Myanmar, don't lose sight of shifting military balance in the country- www.straitstimes.com

Burmese Catholics celebrate faith, culture in the US - UCA News UCA News

China's top diplomat visits Myanmar amid opposition protest - Manistee News Advocate Manistee News Advocate

Junta Watch: Military Bends Rules to Fill Ranks; Loyal Monk Promoted, and More- Irrawaddy

Karen refugees flee across border as Myanmar continues airstrikes- www.nationthailand.com

Karenni Groups Accidentally Attack EAO In Pekon Township | Burma News International Burma News International

Locals in southern Shan State report forced recruitment into Pa-O militia- Myanmar Now

Military detains three more lawyers representing junta opponents in Mandalay- Myanmar Now

Missing Chin State resistance fighters found dead- Myanmar Now

Myanmar: What the US's genocide declaration means for the Rohingya- Arab News

PM Hasina To Broach Rohingya Repatriation During Upcoming India Visit: Bangladesh Foreign Secy-www.capitalfm.co.ke

Prolonged refugee crisis in South and Southeast Asia -The Sun Daily

QC provides relief to 15,442 Rohingya refugees - Gulftimes Gulf Times

Rohingya refugees provide aid to Sylhet flood victims - Dhaka Tribune Dhaka Tribune

Rohingya refugees provide aid to Sylhet flood victims- Dhaka Tribune

Rohingya Women, Girls to Testify in Genocide Trial of Myanmar Military - New Delhi Times New Delhi Times (TK)

The Lives of Rohingya Refugees in Malaysia - Modern Diplomacy Modern Diplomacy

The Lives of Rohingya Refugees in Malaysia- moderndiplomacy

Top Chinese diplomat in Myanmar amid opposition protest- TRT World

02.07.2022

Activist accuses military of seeking to erase Myanmar's Rohingyas - ReliefWeb ReliefWeb

Burma Army Shoots Civilians In Southern Shan State Burma News International

Burma's Military Coup Council Violates Thai Air Space to Attack and Kill Villagers Karen News

Decade-long detention: Rohingyas in Myanmar camps | ORF ORF

Dialogue with Suu Kyi 'not impossible' says Myanmar junta - France 24 France 24

Dialogue with Suu Kyi 'not impossible', says junta- Bangkok Post

India's top court slams spokeswoman who sparked prophet row | Mizzima Myanmar News and Insight Mizzima

Japanese beer maker Kirin takes action to speed up exit from Myanmar market Myanmar NOW

Junta arrests 45 in five days in northern Rakhine State | Mizzima Myanmar News and Insight Mizzima

Local seriously injured in army-planted landmine explosion | Narinjara News Narinjara News

Myanmar fighter jet crosses into Thai air space - Bangkok Post Bangkok Post

Myanmar jet enters Thai airspace, prompting evacuations - Yahoo News Yahoo News

Myanmar Regime Jails NLD Lawmaker for Incitement - The Irrawaddy The Irrawaddy

New entreaty by ASEAN envoy to meet Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi-RFA

Nine Sagaing Resistance Fighters Killed by Myanmar Regime- Irrawaddy

PM: Myanmar apologises over jet crossing - Bangkok Post Bangkok Post

Rain Falls on Rohingya Refugee Camp as Bangladesh Swept by Torrential Downpours NT News

Regime Suspends Boat Travel in Western Myanmar After Junta Soldiers Abducted The Irrawaddy

Rohingya Women, Girls to Testify in Genocide Trial of Myanmar Military voanews.com (TK )

Six Rakhine nationals from Bangladesh arrested in Maungdaw - Narinjara News Narinjara News

Spring Revolution Daily News for 2 July 2022-Mizzima

Thousands Flee Myanmar Junta Raids in Sagaing Region- Irrawaddy

Thursday, June 30, 2022

460 rights groups call on Macron to stop French energy giant paying Myanmar $250m

MEMO
June 29, 2022 
A group of Myanmar activists demonstrate with placards calling the US government to sanction Myanmar's state-run Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise on May 22, 2022 [PHILIP FONG/AFP via Getty Images]

In an open letter to the French government 459 civil society organisations have urged President Emmanuel Macron to stop the French oil giant Total Energies paying millions of dollars to Myanmar's military-backed government.

Total Energies has operated the Yadana gas project in Myanmar since the 1990s, which pays revenues to the state-run oil and gas company, Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE).

Today's News (Quick Search ) June, 2022

 Rohingya News all over the world

NEWS TODAY

30.06.2022 

460 rights groups call on Macron to stop French energy giant paying Myanmar $250m Middle East Monitor ( NSL )

Amid Burma conflict, diocese bans two priests from political involvement | Catholic News Agency Catholic News Agency

Amid food insecurity, Arakan IDPs face landmine perils to survive Burma News International

ASEAN Envoy to Meet Only EAOs Approved by Myanmar Junta Chief- Irrawaddy

ASEAN special envoy making 2nd visit to strife-torn Myanmar- Independent

ASEAN Special Envoy on Second Visit to Myanmar; No Meeting With Suu Kyi The Irrawaddy

Bangladesh Needs Help to Send Myanmar’s Rohingyas Home- Geo-political Monitor

Bangladesh: QC provides relief to 15442 refugees Rohingya - ReliefWeb ReliefWeb

Battle for Junta Military Outpost on Thai-Myanmar Border Rages for Fourth Day- Irrawaddy

Burma Army Attacks Village In Muse Burma News International

Chin Teenager Killed by Myanmar Junta Shelling- Irrawaddy

Chinese Foreign Minister to Visit Myanmar for 1st Time Since Coup- Irrawaddy

Japan's Kirin Offloads Myanmar Beer Business Over Coup- Irrawaddy

KNLA warns Kyaikto locals to avoid Myanmar military convoys | Burma News International Burma News International

Members of Myanmar army-backed militia shot dead at Mon State checkpoint- Myanmar Now

Muslim Rohingya exiles under pressure in Hindu-majority India | Mizzima Myanmar News and Insight Mizzima

Myanmar Regime Jails NLD Lawmaker for Incitement- Irrawaddy

Myanmar: Crisis taking an enormous toll on children, UN committee warns - OHCHR OHCHR
 
Myanmar: Shocking toll on children must be spur to action, says UN rights expert- UN News

Nationalist Monks Recruit Pro-Myanmar Regime Militias in Sagaing- Irrawaddy

NLD lawmaker Win Mya Mya sentenced to three years in prison-Myanmar Now

Number of Rakhine youths gone missing after military's arrest - Burma News International Burma News International

Over 750,000 People Displaced in Myanmar Since Coup- Irrawaddy

Regime detains 40 residents in Arakan State this month, says AA Burma News International

Rohingya in Buthidaung hit with even tougher travel restrictions- Myanmar Now

Rohingya repatriation between Myanmar-Bangladesh-https://moderndiplomacy.eu/

Rohingya Repatriation To Be On Agenda During Bangladesh PM's India Visit - NDTV.com NDTV.com

Seven landmine-explosions in Rakhine and Chin kill four people - Narinjara News Narinjara News

Teen boy becomes fourth casualty of junta artillery fire in Chin State township in under one month-Myanmar Now

The mistrust of previous failures must be overcome- Pakistan Today

Three more bodies found near Letpadaung copper mine- Myanmar Now

UN Human Rights Council 50: UK statement on Myanmar- GOV.UK

World leaders renew calls for releasing political prisoners in Myanmar - UCA News UCA News

New Light of Myanmar ( English Newspaper )2022 June

 Global New Light of Myanmar

30.06.2022

 

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Rohingya Repatriation To Be On Agenda During Bangladesh PM's India Visit

NDTV
All IndiaAsian News International
June 29, 2022


PM Sheikh Hasina will raise the issue of problems arising from the illegal migration of Rohingyas to Bangladesh from Myanmar. 

Dhaka:Repatriation of Rohingyas are likely to figure on the agenda of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during her upcoming visit to India, scheduled in September this year.

Bangladesh Foreign Secretary, Masud Bin Momen in an exclusive interview with ANI said that PM Hasina, who will arrive in India on a bilateral visit on the invitation of PM Narendra Modi, will raise the issue of problems arising from the illegal migration of Rohingyas to Bangladesh from Myanmar, like the growth of radicalization, drug trafficking, as well as, human trafficking of women and children.

Bangladesh to raise Rohingya issue during PM’s India visit

PRESS XPRESS
June 29, 2022

The issue of repatriation of Rohingya refugees is to be on the agenda during Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s upcoming visit to India. This information was given by the Indian news agency ANI in a report today (on June 29). PM Hasina is scheduled to visit the neighbouring country in early September this year.

According to the report, Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Masood bin Momen said in an exclusive interview with ANI that PM Sheikh Hasina will pay an official visit to India at the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. There, she will raise various issues arising out of the illegal migration of Rohingyas from Myanmar to Bangladesh. These include the rise of fundamentalism, drug trafficking and human trafficking including women and children. “The only possible solution for us is the repatriation of the Rohingya to Rakhine State (Myanmar),” said Momen. I am sure that when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, she will also raise the issue of how India can help us in this repatriation effort.

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Momen urges Britain to resettle 1 lakh Rohingya refugees

Myanmar Crime .com
June 28, 2022

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has requested the British Secretary of State Elizabeth Truss to resettle one lakh Rohingya refugees who are now sheltered in Bangladesh.

He made the proposal during a bilateral meeting with Truss in Kigali, Rwanda, on the side-lines of a Commonwealth event yesterday.

Rohingyas can have a better life and Bangladesh’s unfair burden can be lessened if the United Kingdom, a global leader in justice and human rights could consider resettling one lakh Rohingya refugees, said Momen.

Saturday, June 18, 2022

Can Bangladesh-Myanmar military ties stabilise the region?

The Daily Star
Parvej Siddique Bhuiyan
Sun Jun 19, 2022

A power shift in Myanmar and the subsequent polarisation among major powers triggered a new geopolitical flashpoint in Bangladesh's strategic backyard, which the latter cannot afford to ignore. It seems that the US and other western countries are taking a heavy-handed approach while other big powers, such as Russia, China, India, and Japan, have started explicitly (or covertly) normalising their relations with the Tatmadaw (Myanmar military).

Myanmar always gets priority in Bangladesh's economic and security strategy. Although democratic Bangladesh has a moral dilemma in supporting the military government, it has yet to formally condemn the military coup or demand Aung San Su Kyi's release. It underscores Dhaka's careful support for the junta's "one-Myanmar government policy." So, in foreign policy circles, the immediate discussion is whether Dhaka's stance is a "well-thought-out approach or simply a premature polarisation."

Saturday, June 11, 2022

Rohingya camp leader hacked dead in Cox’s Bazar

daily observor
ublished : Friday, 10 June, 2022
Observer Online Report


A Rohingya leader was allegedly hacked to death at Balukhali refugee camp in Ukhiya upazila of Cox's Bazar district on Friday over establishing dominance in the camp.

The victim was Md Azimuddin, 48, a leader of block L/16 of camp-18 in Balukhali.

Rohingya issue must be seen as global, in collective matter: Shahriar Alam

daily observer
Published : Saturday, 11 June, 2022
Observer Correspondent


The School of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and the Department of Global Studies and Governance (GSG) of Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) launched the much-awaited and talked about book titled 'Global-Local Tradeoffs, Order-Disorder Consequences: 'State' No More An Island?' on Thursday (June 9, 2022) at the Multi-purpose Hall on the university campus. 

Monday, June 6, 2022

Commander SHOBBIR HUSSEIN [1941-1998]

Commander SHOBBIR HUSSEIN [1941-1998]



တပ်မှူးရှော်ဗ္ဗီးရ်ဟူစိန်း [၁၉၄၁-၁၉၉၈]


ရှောဗ္ဗီးရ်ဟူစိန်သည် ၁၉၄၁ ခုနှစ် ဧပြီလ ၁၄ ရက် တွင် ရခိုင်ပြည်နယ်၊ ဘူးသီးတောင်မြို့နယ်၊ ဖွီမာလီကျေးရွာရှိ ထင်ပေါ်ကျော်ကြားသည့် မိသားစုမှ မွေးဖွားလာသည်။ ဖခင်မှာ ကျောင်းဆရာ အဟ်မဒူရာမာန်ဖြစ်ပြီး မိခင်မှာ ဒေါ်ဆော်လီမာခါတွန် ဖြစ်သည်။ ရှော်ဗ္ဗီရ်ဟူစိန်းသည် အခြေခံပညာကို ဇာတိရွာ၌ သင်ယူခဲ့ပြီး အလယ်တန်းနှင့် အထက်တန်းကို ဘူးသီးတောင်မြို့ အထက်တန်းကျောင်းနှင့် စစ်တွေမြို့ အထက်တန်းကျောင်းမှ သင်ယူခဲ့သည်။ ၁၉၅၉ ခုတွင် စစ်တွေမြို့ အစိုးရ အထက်တန်းကျောင်းမှ ၁၀-တန်းအောင်ခဲ့သည်။ ထို့နောက် ကျောက်ဖြူ ကော် လိပ်၌ ဥပစာတန်း သင်ခဲ့သည်။ ရန်ကုန်တက္ကသိုလ် ဝိဇ္ဇာသိပ္ပံကျောင်း၌ ဆက်လက် ပညာဆည်းပူးခဲ့ရာ ၁၉၆၅ ခုနှစ်တွင် စီးပွားရေးနှင့် နိုင်ငံရေးသိပ္ပံဖြင့် ဘီအေဘွဲ့ ရရှိခဲ့သည်။ ၁၉၆၂-၆၅ ထိ ရန်ကုန်တက္ကသိုလ် စစ်လေ့ကျင့် ရေးသင်တန်း (Ragoon University Crops- UTC) တက်ရောက်ကာ အခြေခံစစ်ပညာကိုလဲ သင်ယူခဲ့သည်။

Sunday, June 5, 2022

Myanmar coup: Week from March 30 to April 17, Opponents of junta unveil Suu Kyi-led unity cabinet

NIKKEI ASIA 
Nikkei staff writers
April 17, 2021

Group seeks recognition as 'legitimate government'; ASEAN summit rumblings intensify
Myanmar's detained leader Aung San Suu Kyi is named state counselor on her followers' list of new National Unity Government members.

YANGON/BANGKOK -- Myanmar's military on Feb. 1 detained State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and President Win Myint in the country's first coup since 1988, bringing an end to a decade of civilian rule.

The Suu Kyi-led National League for Democracy had won a landslide in a general election in November. But the military has claimed the election was marred by fraud.

Saturday, June 4, 2022

AUNG SAN SUU KYI 'ATTACKS ON MUSLIMS NOT ETHNIC CLEANSING' - BBC NEWS

BBC News
24 Oct 2013

Aung San Suu Kyi has denied that attacks on Muslims in Myanmar amount to ethnic cleansing. But she says Myanmar has a long way to go before becoming fully democratic.


 

 Link : Here

Friday, June 3, 2022

Will Rohingya repatriation ever happen?

The Daily Star
Bulbul Siddiqi
Tue Mar 29, 2022

After the inhuman ordeal that the displaced Rohingyas have suffered, they deserve a safe, dignified return to their homes in Myanmar, with their citizenship rights fully restored. File Photo: Reuters


"I can see my homeland when I gaze upon the distant hills from the top of a hill where I live in the refugee camp. I want to return to my home. Home is where I can breathe, and I can feel the smell of my country. You cannot call this a life; it's just surviving."


This is what a middle-aged Rohingya man, living at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, who crossed over to Bangladesh during the 2017 exodus of Rohingyas fleeing military persecution in Rakhine, Myanmar, said when I asked him how he was. It is easy enough to see the desperation of these displaced people to return to their homeland, as well as the frustration because they are not able to. Every time I visit the Rohingya refugee camp for my research, I come across people who have not yet given up hope of returning to their home in the Rakhine state. I even met a man who, having lived in a registered camp for 35 years, has not yet lost his hope to return to his homeland. He spent most of the golden time of his life struggling to survive in Bangladesh. He would be waiting till his death to return to Rakhine.

Why Are Rohingya Refugees Returning From India To Bangladesh?

THE I DIPLOMAT 

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
June 03, 2022

India’s plans to put them in detention centers before deporting them to Myanmar is driving the reverse exodus.

Over the past several years, Rohingya refugees have been apprehended on many occasions while crossing the border illicitly from Bangladesh to India. Last month, two batches were arrested in Assam and Tripura in India’s northeast. But their travel itinerary was different from the past.

This time around, their plan was to return to Bangladesh instead of settling in India.

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