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Rohingya Refugees Are Departing for Southeast Asia in Increasing Numbers

Rohingya Refugees Are Departing for Southeast Asia in Increasing Numbers

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
While some travel overland from Bangladesh to Thailand, others are embarking upon dangerous and often deadly ocean voyages.
Targeted Killings Spread Terror in Rohingya Refugee Camps

Targeted Killings Spread Terror in Rohingya Refugee Camps

By Tanbirul Miraj Ripon
Both Bangladesh police and Rohingya accuse the militant group ARSA of conducting a campaign of terror and crime in the refugee camps.

Remembering Mohibullah, a Tireless Advocate for the Rohingya

Remembering Mohibullah, a Tireless Advocate for the Rohingya

By Hashmat Ullah and Mohammad Nowkhim
"There are tens of thousands to whom he represented hope in a better future, and who will be mourning him today."

UN Chief Calls for ‘Inclusive Solutions’ to Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis

UN Chief Calls for ‘Inclusive Solutions’ to Myanmar’s Rohingya Crisis

By Sebastian Strangio
On the fifth anniversary of the army's ethnic cleansing campaign, Antonio Guterres said that the Rohingya must be included in any resolution to the country's political crisis.

Five Years On, the Rohingya Refugee Crisis Has No Resolution in Sight

Five Years On, the Rohingya Refugee Crisis Has No Resolution in Sight

By Sebastian Strangio
A new briefing from the International Crisis Group makes clear the extent of the challenges facing a resolution to the long-running humanitarian emergency.
5 Years On, The World Is Failing the Rohingya

5 Years On, The World Is Failing the Rohingya

By Imrul Islam
Rohingya refugees feel forgotten by the world, and they are not wrong.

Why Is Bangladesh Encouraging Rohingya Refugees to Start a ‘Going Home’ Campaign?

Why Is Bangladesh Encouraging Rohingya Refugees to Start a ‘Going Home’ Campaign?

By Katie Hatdash
There are signs that the country's government is making more forceful attempts to promote the repatriation of refugees to Myanmar.
Militant Group Responsible for Rohingya Advocate’s Murder, Say Bangladeshi Police

Militant Group Responsible for Rohingya Advocate’s Murder, Say Bangladeshi Police

By Sebastian Strangio
The Bangladeshi police have charged 29 people with the killing of Mohib Ullah last September.

At Least 17 Perish as Refugee Boat Capsizes Off Myanmar Coast

At Least 17 Perish as Refugee Boat Capsizes Off Myanmar Coast

By Sebastian Strangio
The tragedy is a reminder of the unresolved Rohingya refugee crisis that has been largely eclipsed by the country's post-coup conflict.

Rohingya Militancy: Myth or Reality?

Rohingya Militancy: Myth or Reality?

By Shafi Md Mostofa
Rohingya refugees have so far proven surprisingly resistant to the siren call of global jihadi ideology.

Bhasan Char and Refugee ‘Warehousing’

Bhasan Char and Refugee ‘Warehousing’

By Hanh Nguyen and Themba Lewis
Bangladesh’s relocation of Rohingya refugees has disturbing parallels to offshore detention of refugees elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region.
Why International Assistance for the Rohingya in Bangladesh is Declining

Why International Assistance for the Rohingya in Bangladesh is Declining

By Katie Hatdash
Dhaka complains about tight Western purse strings, but its own actions are mostly to blame for the donor fatigue.

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