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Monday, August 2, 2021

Today's News (Quick Search ) August, 2021

Rohingya News all over the world

NEWS TODAY

02.08.2021

2200 Rohingya criminals arrested: IGP Risingbd

5 things to know for August 2: Coronavirus, infrastructure, climate, Taliban, Myanmar News-Daily.com

After zeroing-in on Rohingyas, Bangladeshis, police find 16 suspects living in various pockets in ... Times of India

As violence soars in refugee camps, Rohingya women speak up The New Humanitarian

ASEAN diplomats discussing crisis envoy, aid to Myanmar - Las Vegas Sun

ASEAN to choose special envoy on Myanmar Burma News International

Bangladesh to fortify Rohingya camps further as 2200 held in 2yrs newagebd.net

Burma tentatively celebrates the six-month anniversary of the coup UNLV The Rebel Yell

Dengue fever cases in Arakan State total 282 from January to July 26 Burma News International

Facebook's failure to pay attention to non-English languages is allowing hate speech to flourish Bizcommunity.com

Floods in Bangladesh camp kill at least 6 Rohingya refugees | Global Development Illinois News

FM Momen on Rohingya crisis: Repatriation is the only solution, not integration Dhaka Tribune

Four warning signs that Myanmar is in freefall Norwegian Refugee Council

Humanitarian Groups: Myanmar Has Urgent COVID-Related Needs | Voice of America - English Voice of America

'I stayed in office for 48 hours' – Prof. Karikari recounts stress from coup attempts at GBC Modern Ghana

Indonesia urges Myanmar to approve appointment of ASEAN envoy - KFGO News

Joint statement by UNFPA and UN Women: Impacts of the compounded political and health crisis ... ReliefWeb

Music for Myanmar: The charity gig with Laura Marling at the helm Evening Standard

Myanmar : Civil Unrest response - Appeal N° MDRMM016, Operation update n° 1 ReliefWeb

Myanmar becoming a super-spreader Covid state MENAFN.COM

Myanmar Military Leader Says Elections Will Be in 2 Years Bloomberg

Myanmar military leader takes new title of prime minister in caretaker government – state media - KFGO News

Myanmar: Jenerali Min Aung Hlaing yigize Minisitiri w'intebe, yongera ibihe bidasanzwe BBC News

Myanmar: Military rule extended till 2023, protests continue - The Siasat Daily

Myanmar: State of emergency extended with coup leader as PM BBC News

Myanmar's military ruler declares himself Prime Minister, pledges to hold elections by 2023 CNN

Only solution is repatriation, not integration: Momen on Rohingya crisis - The Daily Star

OP-ED: The Rohingya and Palestinian crises, compared Dhaka Tribune

Over 1.8 million people vaccinated for COVID-19 in Myanmar - Xinhua

Plan to relocate Rohingyas to other willing countries Daily Pioneer

Refugees pushed to back of the line amid vaccine shortages The Independent

Registered Rohingyas protest against new food cards newagebd.net

Repatriation is the only solution, not integration: FM about Rohingya crisis United News of Bangladesh

Rohingya Human Rights Activist Kyaw Hla Aung Passes Away The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Rohingya mosque in Dallas fosters community, strength among refugees who fled Myanmar The Dallas Morning News

'Rohingyas: The Most Discriminated Against Community' The Citizen

Six months on, military-ruled Myanmar remains in turmoil - The Japan Times

Surge in Covid-19 plunges Myanmar into humanitarian catastrophe amidst political crisis and conflict ReliefWeb

Thousands of Rohingya Refugees Displaced By Mass Flooding in Bangladesh Democracy Now!

Through gardens, Burmese refugees bring piece of native country to Frederick Frederick News Post

Weak mag. 2.4 earthquake - Mae Hong Son, Thailand, 99 km northeast of Kyaikto, Myanmar ... VolcanoDiscovery

Why GBC was a barrack in heady days of Rawlings' 1981 coup – Prof Karikari GhanaWeb 

Floods bring new misery for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps

UNHCR
Hannah Macdonald and Ehsanul Hoque
Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
30 July 2021

Refugee volunteers are working day and night in heavy rain to rescue refugees stranded due to severe flooding in the camps. © UNHCR/BDRCS


Heavy monsoon rains had been falling incessantly for days when Meher Khatun, 60, noticed water starting to come into the bamboo and tarpaulin shelter she shares with her son, daughter-in-law and grandchild in a refugee camp in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar District.

Fighting Myanmar's regime with compassion and military skills

NIKKEI ASIA
DENIS D. GRAY, Contributing writer
August 1, 2021 

Free Burma Rangers help thousands fleeing brutal attacks by security forces
David Eubank, founder of the Free Burma Rangers aid organization, rescues a 5-year-old Demoa after her mother was killed by Islamists in the battle for Mosul. (Courtesy of Free Burma Rangers)

     CHIANG MAI, Thailand -- David Eubank, a former U.S. Special Forces officer, believes that some causes are worth dying for. His Free Burma Rangers aid organization, founded to help victims of an earlier Myanmar crisis, has since brought frontline help to many thousands in war-scarred Syria, Iraq and Sudan. Now, it is back in Myanmar helping ethnic minorities to flee escalating attacks by the regime's security forces.

Bangladesh-Myanmar Economic Ties: Addressing the Next Generation Challenges

moderndiplomacy
Shazzad Hussain
August 1, 2021

Bangladesh-Myanmar relations have developed through phases of cooperation and conflict. Conflict in this case is not meant in the sense of confrontation, but only in the sense of conflict of interests and resultant diplomatic face-offs. Myanmar is the only other neighbor that Bangladesh has on its border besides India. It is the potential gateway for an alternative land route opening towards China and South-East Asia other than the sea. Historically, these two countries have geographic and cultural linkages. These two bordering countries, located in separate geopolitical regions, have huge possibilities in developing their bilateral economic relations. At the initial phase of their statehood, both countries undertook numerous constructive initiatives to improve their relations. Nevertheless, different bilateral disputes and challenges troubled entire range of cooperation. Subsequent to these challenges, Bangladesh and Myanmar have started negotiation process on key dubious issues. The economic rationales over political tensions in Bangladesh-Myanmar relations prevail with new prospects and opportunities.

Bangladesh floods displace thousands of Rohingya refugees

Aljazeera
30 Jul 2021

UN says more than 21,000 refugees ‘affected’ by the flooding, nearly 4,000 shelters have been damaged or destroyed.


Rohingya refugees fish in floodwaters following heavy rains at the Rohingya refugee camp in Kutupalong, Bangladesh [Shafiqur Rahman/AP]

Heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flash floods in refugee camps displacing thousands of Rohingya Muslims in southeastern Bangladesh this week, UN and other officials said on Friday, with further heavy rainfall expected.

At least six Rohingya, including three children, died in landslides and flooding while 15 Bangladeshis were killed and more than 200,000 stranded by flooding in Cox’s Bazar, said Mamunur Rashid, the district administrator.

New Light of Myanmar ( English Newspaper )2021 August.

02.08.2021

 

 

Saturday, July 31, 2021

Today's News (Quick Search )July 2021

Rohingya News all over the world

NEWS TODAY

31.07.2021

12000 Rohingyas affected, 11 killed in flash floods and landslides in Bangladesh - All India Radio

A Clarkston couple creates a home for Burmese cooking Atlanta Magazine

ASIA/MYANMAR - Catholic priests and religious at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic Agenzia Fides

Bangladesh against any idea leading to Rohingya integration: FM United News of Bangladesh

Bangladesh floods displace thousands of Rohingya refugees Aljazeera.com

Biden to allow eviction moratorium to expire on Saturday Yahoo Philippines News

Centre appeals against order to consider citizenship to Sri Lankan Tamils The Hindu

Farewell to Westminster: The thrills and spills of covering Scotland in London Press and Journal

Floods bring new misery for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps UNHCR

Floods leave 20 dead, 300000 stranded in BD DAWN.com

Floods make thousands homeless in Bangladesh Rohingya camps Raleigh News & Observer

Former deputy speaker Ali Ashraf no more The Daily Star

Half of Burma Could Contract COVID, Pakistan Enacts New Restrictions, Haiti Hospitals ... Democracy Now!

In 2 weeks, half of this country could be infected with COVID-19 Deseret News

Lockhart Frain-Bell, 99: Radiologist and veteran of the campaign in Burma The Times

Loss of bridges due to flooding makes travel, provisioning difficult for Maungdaw Twsp villagers Burma News International

Many Hurdles on the Way to Accountability for Rohingya and Uyghur Atrocities, Experts Tell US ... Radio Free Asia

Myanmar Coup Is Not An Exception But The End Result Of Growing Authoritarianism Youth Ki Awaaz

Myanmar democracy movement moves out of jailed Suu Kyi's shadow - Dhaka Tribune

Myanmar has the highest coronavirus mortality rate in Southeast Asia - Yahoo India News

Myanmar militia hunts for bodies after clash with army – media WHBL News

Myanmar swimmer sacrificed Tokyo Olympics dream after brutal military coup NBC News

Myanmar: Coup Leads to Crimes Against Humanity Human Rights Watch

Myanmar's National Unity forces must overcome divide and rule tactics Nikkei Asia

Myanmar's strike holdouts continue to defy junta 台北時報

Our World in Pictures: Week 30 of 2021 Daily Maverick

Protests, accusations against Myanmar junta ahead of coup anniversary KFGO News

Rains flood Rohingya camps; 6 people killed Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Residents: Myanmar leaders use pandemic as political weapon Durham Herald Sun

Rohingya in peril: From home to Malaysia Aliran

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh devastated by flood, landslide - ummid.com

Six months after coup, Myanmar's political, rights and aid crisis is worsening UN News

Six Months After Myanmar's Coup, Life is Worse in Nearly Every Metric: Analysts - Radio Free Asia

'This is like a nightmare': Thousands displaced as floods hit Bangladesh Rohingya camps - Reuters

UK should self-examine before advising others on human rights, democracy: Momen The Daily Star

UNICEF Myanmar Humanitarian Situation Report No. 5: 29 June to 30 July 2021 ReliefWeb

US urges UN Council to press Myanmar to return to democracy - Yahoo Eurosport UK

US urges UN Security Council to press Myanmar to return to democracy - Business Standard

WB for Rohingya integration in Bangladesh, MOFA rejects move - newagebd.net

White House announces new religious affairs leaders, first Muslim religious freedom ambassador The Washington Post

World Digest: July 30, 2021 The Washington Post 

New Light of Myanmar ( English Newspaper )2021 July.

 31.07.2021 

 

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

New Great Game rages in post-coup Myanmar

ASIA TIMES
Bertil Lintner
June 12, 2021

China and US on opposed sides in Myanmar's escalating civil war while Japan, India and ASEAN struggle to strike a middle ground

Anti-coup protesters show their support for Myanmar's National Unity Government. Photo: Jose Lopes Amaral / NurPhoto via AFP

CHIANG MAIChina has declared its support for Senior General Min Aung Hlaing’s military-coup government in Myanmar. The United States and the European Union have implemented sanctions and declared their support for the people’s power movement agitating against the dictatorship.

India and Japan are keeping quiet because they don’t want to push Myanmar further back into the clutches of China. Thailand is too dependent on natural gas imports from Myanmar to dare to condemn or even criticize the coup.

The rest of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, or ASEAN, has once again demonstrated that it is wholly incapable of resolving regional crises. 

Monday, July 26, 2021

World Bank: Coup and Coronavirus Shrink Myanmar’s Economy by 18%

VOA
Vijitra Duangdee
July 26, 2021
Vehicles make their ways as pedestrians cross a road with Sule pagoda seen the in background in downtown Yangon, Myanmar, July 19, 2021.


BANGKOK - Myanmar’s economy is forecast to shrink by 18% as it grapples with the coronavirus and the political turmoil unleashed by a coup, the World Bank said Monday. The contracting economy threatens millions with poverty, joblessness and hunger.

A decade ago, the Southeast Asian nation was seen as a promising frontier market. Its military began to slacken its grip, the economy opened up to the outside world for the first time in decades and Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy Party was democratically elected.

Moscow sells warplanes to Burmese generals

ASIANEWS.IT
Vladimir Rozanskij
07/26/2021,

Sukhoi Su-30SME multirole fighter jets and military training aircraft​ delivered . After China, Russia is the main supplier of weapons to Naypyidaw. Like the Chinese, the Russians support Min Aung Hlaing's coup junta. Burma's military leadership relies on the Kremlin to balance Beijing's influence.


Moscow (AsiaNews) - In recent days Russia has delivered a consignment of Sukhoi Su-30SME multi-role fighter jets and military training aircraft to Myanmar, contracted by the regime a few months ago. Head of the Federal Service for Military Cooperation, Dmitry Šugaev confirmed the sale to Interfax over the weekend.

Šugaev says "the supply of these technologies will significantly strengthen the capabilities of Myanmar's military aviation." During the Maks-2021 Air Show, in the presence of Vladimir Putin, he explained that "Naypyidaw remains one of Russia's key partners in Southeast Asia."

Friday, July 23, 2021

Fire destroys 63 homes in Balukhali Rohingya camp, Ukhiya

Prothomalo
Correspondent Teknaf,
Cox's Bazar
Published: 21 Jul 2021,

Fire broke out on Tuesday at the H-2 block of the Rohingya Balukhali camp-9 next to Panbazar in Ukhiya, Cox’s BazarProthom Alo

A fire broke out on Tuesday at the Balukhali Rohingya camp in Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar, destroying 63 homes. Around 4 to 5 persons were injured in the fire. Their identity has not been known as yet.

The Rohingyas said that the fire probably started from a gas cylinder. With Eid ahead, the Rohingya families were preparing all sorts of rice cakes and other special food items and that is when the fire broke out, they feel.

The fire started on Tuesday evening at the H-2 black of Balukhali camp-9 next to Ukhiya Panbazar.

Burma Army Pays Compensation To Family Of Murder Victim in Kachin State

Kachin News Group
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

The military promised to launch a investigate into three soldiers who allegedly raped and murdered a 51-year-old woman in Momauk Township last week.

On Monday, military officials from LIB-616 and LID-88 met with the victim's family in Nuam Lang village to apologize and give them 2.1M kyat ($1,276) in compensation.

“They said action would be taken against the three soldiers according to the law. They didn't call it a rape case, they said it's a murder case,” a local man close to the victim's family told KNG.

Myanmar’s Junta Tries – and Fails – to Appoint a New UN Ambassador

THE I DIPLOMAT
July 21, 2021

But the military’s takeover has trapped foreign governments between dueling moral and diplomatic imperatives.


Yesterday, the Associated Press reported that Myanmar’s military junta has attempted – unsuccessfully – to replace the country’s ambassador to the United Nations, foreshadowing a looming battle over diplomatic recognition at the world body.

In a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres dated May 12, a copy of which was obtained by the news agency, the junta’s Foreign Minister Wunna Maung Lwin said he had appointed the former military commander Aung Thurein as Myanmar’s U.N. ambassador.

Wunna Maung Lwin said in an accompanying letter that Kyaw Moe Tun, Myanmar’s currently recognized U.N. ambassador, “has been terminated on Feb. 27, 2021, due to abuses of his assigned duty and mandate.”

Yunnan Sees COVID-19 Spike as Myanmar Slides Toward ‘Super-Spreader’ State

THE I DIPLOMAT

Sebastian Strangio
July 21, 2021

 

The former head of the Myanmar’s COVID-19 response says the country could be facing “up to 400,000” dead.

China yesterday reported its highest daily toll of COVID-19 infections since January, driven by a sudden increase in infections in Yunnan province, where cases are spilling across the border from Myanmar.

The National Health Commission reported 65 new confirmed cases on Monday, up from 31 the day before. As Reuters noted, this was the most since January 30, when 92 new cases were reported.

Monday, July 19, 2021

Inside A Myanmar Clinic Fighting A New COVID Surge

THE ASEAN POST
18 July 2021
Volunteers wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) prepare to transport the body of a victim of the COVID-19 coronavirus to a cemetery in Hlegu Township in Yangon on 10 July, 2021. (AFP Photo)


In a clinic in a remote Myanmar town, some of the few doctors still working after the coup emptied hospitals are battling to keep their COVID-19 patients alive as the virus resurges.

Infections are spiking in Myanmar, with the State Administration Council – as the military junta calls itself – reporting more than 4,000 cases on Thursday, in a crisis made worse by shortages of critical medical equipment.

AFP footage from inside a clinic in the north-western town of Kalay showed patients slumped in makeshift beds, oxygen canisters at their feet.

Reuters photographer Danish Siddiqui captured the people behind the story

bdnews24.com
Reuters
Published: 17 Jul 2021
A woman walks past a painting of Reuters journalist Danish Siddiqui, after he was killed while covering a clash between Afghan security forces and Taliban fighters near a border crossing with Pakistan, outside an art school in Mumbai, India, Jul 16, 2021. REUTERS

Danish Siddiqui, the Reuters journalist killed in crossfire on Friday covering the war in Afghanistan, was a largely self-taught photographer who scaled the heights of his profession while documenting wars, riots and human suffering.

A native of New Delhi, Siddiqui, 38, is survived by his wife Rike and two young children.

The Economic Impact of Myanmar’s Coup

BORGEN
ON JULY 17, 2021

MORRISTOWN, New Jersey — On the morning of February 1, 2021, a military coup in Myanmar ended a four-year experiment in democracy. According to the Council on Foreign Relations, Myanmar’s military history, the militia’s lasting power on Myanmar’s politics and the increasing power of the civilian leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, created the conditions for a coup. To understand the possible economic impact of Myanmar’s coup, it is crucial to understand the country’s political and economic history.

Sunday, July 18, 2021

‘We can’t breathe... and the whole world is silent’: Myanmar begs for oxygen as Covid crisis worsens

The Telegraph
ByNicola Smith, and Nandi Theint
ASIA CORRESPONDENT
IN YANGON
16 July 2021

Just like in India, Myanmar's citizens take their desperate pleas for help to social media.
People are lining up across Myanmar to find lifesaving oxygen CREDIT: Ye Aung Thu/AFP


Myanmar’s people were first deprived of their democratic rights, and are now being starved of oxygen itself, by a February coup that has plunged the Southeast Asian nation into a political and medical crisis.

As a deadly wave of Covid-19 fueled by the Delta variant sweeps a country where the healthcare system has virtually collapsed, people have flooded social media with pleas for oxygen supplies and coveted hospital beds as their loved ones suffocate at home.

Why the West won’t recognize Myanmar’s NUG

ASIA TIME
by David Hutt
July 16, 2021


While Western governments universally reject the military coup, they're also wary of the anti-junta National Unity Government's credibility

Protesters hold posters in support of the National Unity Government (NUG) during a demonstration against the military coup on "Global Myanmar Spring Revolution Day" in Taunggyi, Shan state on May 2, 2021. Photo: AFP / Stringer


“Defending Burmese democracy is no longer a progressive, sexy cause.”

That may be at the heart of why Western governments still have not recognized Myanmar’s government-in-opposition that formed months after February’s military coup, according to David Frederic Camroux, an honorary senior research fellow at the Center for International Studies at Sciences Po in Paris.
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