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Thursday, September 21 2017

Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has issued a new call for Myanmar to take back the some 420,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled ...

The Federal Returning Officer Dieter Sarreither, responsible for German elections, meets his Myanmar counterpart, Union Election Commission Chair U Hla Thein in Germany
Wednesday, September 20 2017

Germany’s much-anticipated national elections will be held on September 25. Yesterday, Myanmar’s Union Election Commission (UEC) began a visit to ...

Wednesday, September 20 2017

The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army ( ARSA) is a 'common enemy' of Bangladesh and Myanmar, says Hassan Toufiq Imam, political adviser to ...

Wednesday, September 20 2017

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on Bangladeshi authorities to act judiciously in the case of two Burmese journalists held on spying charges in ...

Tuesday, September 19 2017

Wild elephants trampled two elderly Rohingya refugees to death Monday as they slept underneath a plastic sheet near a forest in Bangladesh, police said.

Monday, September 18 2017

Heavy monsoon rain heaped new misery Sunday on hundreds of thousands of Muslim Rohinyga stuck in makeshift camps in Bangladesh ...

Monday, September 18 2017

Despite being heavily criticized by the Western media over the Rohingya issue, Myanmar State Counselor and former Nobel laureate ...

People walk past the ransacked homes of Buddhists in Ramu, some 350 kilometres (216 miles) southeast of the capital Dhaka on September 30, 2012. Thousands of rioters torched Buddhist temples and homes in southeastern Bangladesh Sunday over a photo posted on Facebook deemed offensive to Islam, in a rare attack against the community. Photo: AFP
Saturday, September 16 2017

Bangladesh authorities on Friday deployed hundreds of police to protect Buddhist temples in the region where about 400,000 Muslim Rohinygas ...

Friday, September 15 2017

Two Myanmar photographers covering the Rohingya crisis for a German magazine have been arrested in Bangladesh on suspicion of espionage, officials said Friday.

Friday, September 15 2017

The Supreme Court of Thailand yesterday approved compensation of Ks70,948,067.49 (US$52,000) in a landmark test case for 14 Myanmar ...

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