Myanmar responded positively in taking back Rohingyas: FM Hasan

Myanmar Foreign Minister Than Swe has responded positively to start repatriation of the Rohingyas to their homeland-Myanmar

Cox's Bazar: Rohingyas more food insecure now

WFP report says food deprivation rose from 44pc in 2019 to 70pc in 2023

Editorial / Has the world lost interest in the victims of genocide?

Over the last three years, Bangladesh has had to bear the greatest brunt of the worst humanitarian crisis in recent times, resulting from the execution of Myanmar military junta's long term plans of denuding the area of the Rohingya population. Rohingya repatriation remains a far cry - has the world lost interest?

Take coordinated action for Rohingya repatriation

Foreign Minister urges UN, other partners

Rohingya camps risk turning into a terrorist hub: home minister

'If the Rohingyas are not repatriated soon, dissatisfaction may turn this place [Rohingya camps] into a potential hub for international terrorists,' says Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal

‘Let’s go home; let’s go to Myanmar’

Thousands of Rohingyas yesterday held a rally in Ukhia of Cox’s Bazar -- to tell the world that they want to go back to their homeland Myanmar, marking World Refugee Day.

Rohingyas are not looking to stay forever in Bangladesh: IOM DG

Director General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Amy Pope yesterday said making the Rohingyas more self-reliant with a much more comprehensive approach does not mean that they will stay in Bangladesh forever

Don't rent out houses to Rohingyas, Cox's Bazar SP warns landlords

Md Mahfuzul Islam, superintendent of Police of Cox's Bazar, has warned of strict action against the landlords who will rent houses to Rohingyas

Myanmar army counterattack may spark fresh Rohingya influx

A possible retaliation by Myanmar forces to regain territories in Rakhine may force more Rohingyas to enter Bangladesh in the coming days, said Rohingya leaders living in Teknaf.

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