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Indian high commissioner in Dhaka Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Saturday said New Delhi seeks tranquility on Bangladesh-Myanmar borders having its own frontiers with both the countries while it supported Dhaka’s stance on Rohingya issue. ‘As far as we are concerned we want to peace and tranquility among borders not only between neighbouring countries but also […]

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They come by the thousands. Rohingya refugees from Myanmar’s northwestern Rakhine state are flooding across the border into Bangladesh. They’re fleeing violence that has plagued the state for weeks. Some refugees told CNN they suffered rape, torture, or saw their homes burned down and family members executed. “If (the military) finds any boys aged above […]

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Rohingya Muslims continued to enter Bangladesh through river border at Teknaf and land border in Bandarban on Friday while local people and Rohingyas claimed that the number of the Myanmar’s religious minority people sneaking in the country after October 9 crossed 7,000. Local people and Rohingyas said that over 7,000 Rohingya Muslims sneaked in Bangladesh […]

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Myanmar is seeking the ethnic cleansing of the Muslim Rohingya minority from its territory, a senior UN official has told the BBC. Armed forces have been killing Rohingya in Rakhine state, forcing many to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh, says John McKissick of the UN refugee agency. The government of Myanmar, also known as Burma, has […]

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Six year-old Noor Sahara, a young Rohingya girl, whose mother is missing and who crossed over the border with her neighbour Roshida poses for a photograph near a refugee camp in Teknaf on Wednesday. About 200 Rohingyas were floating on the river Naff for 48 hours till Wednesday afternoon in a desperate move to enter […]

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Members of Bangladesh Border Guard stand guard on the bank of the River Naf in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday to prevent Rohingya minorities from entering into Bangladesh. Over 200 more Rohinyas entered Bangladesh through Teknaf border in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday taking to over 1,200 the number Myanmar ethnic minority people sneaking into the country […]

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Top, Persecuted Rohingya Muslims enter into Bangladesh through Teknaf frontier in Cox’s Bazar from the northwest Myanmar amid a military crackdown there. — New Age photo. Right, AP releases this combination of two satellite images taken by DigitalGlobe Monday. The image illustrates before in 2014, top, and after the building destruction on Nov. 10, 2016, […]

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A Rohingya Muslim woman and her child react to the camera as they walk near the Kutupalang Refugee Camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, on Monday. More than 1,000 homes have been razed in Rohingya villages in northwest Myanmar during a military lockdown there, according to analysis of satellite images from Human Rights Watch released Monday […]

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At least 104 people were killed when 14 coaches of an overnight passenger train rolled off the track in northern India early Sunday, with rescue workers using cutting torches to try to pull out survivors, police said. Daljeet Chaudhary, a director general of police, said the death toll was likely to rise because rescue workers […]

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Myanmar’s state media on Saturday denied Bangladesh border guards’ accounts of Rohingya Muslims fleeing conflict at home by trying to cross into the northern neighbour. A commanding officer of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) said on Friday his staff provided food and medicines cialis 5mg for sale, where to buy viagra philippines, does cialis help enlarged […]

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Deeply concerned about the safety and wellbeing of civilians in the northern part of Rakhine state in Myanmar, United Nations entities today urged the country’s authorities to take immediate actions to address humanitarian and human rights situations. The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) urged the Myanmar Government to immediately allow humanitarian […]

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