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Bangladesh has sought strong and unremitting support from the United Kingdom to end the Rohingya crisis and ensure their safe repatriation to Myanmar. “We would like to see UK’s sustained diplomatic leadership in UN in New York, Geneva and the Security Council, for safe and sustainable return of Rohingyas to Myanmar,” said State Minister for […]

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Appoints Four Members of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples GENEVA (Burma Times) – The Human Rights Council this afternoon adopted five resolutions in which it, among other actions, extended the mandates of the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in Mali for one year, and of the Special Rapporteur […]

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Burma Times. In Arakan State, Southeast part of Bhudhidaung, In Abdu Gani Village Tract, Pyan Yu Latt village. The name of peoples who has been killed by Burmese Militaries. Abul Husson son of Mahul Husson (54 years old) was died by Bomb exploded of Militaries (battlion 551) when he came there to collect his oxen […]

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Report from MSL Buthidaung, (The Burma Times) In Buthidaung Arakan most of the remaining Rohingya have been severely suffering from the very contagious disease Hepatitis(C) for ages. There is no medical facility provided for this particular treatment for the helpless Rohingya patients either by INGOs or by the Myanmar Government. Therefore, people are facing avoidble […]

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The Burma Times: More than 3,200 people were displaced last week in Myanmar following intensified fighting between the Arakan Army rebel group and the Myanmar Military in the northern Mrauk-U Township. With nine Myanmar police officers confirmed dead, and eleven more still held-prisoner, this latest clash with the Burmese military signals continued strife for stabilizing […]

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GENEVA, SWITZERLAND – BT: UN special Rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar Yanghee Lee holds a joint press conference with Rohingyas in Geneva, Switzerland on March 11, 2019. Two Rohingya refugees have arrived in Geneva from Bangladesh to address a United Nations Human Rights Council meeting on Monday. The UN Special Rapporteur on Myanmar Yanghee Lee, will also deliver […]

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 Resolution overwhelmingly clears chamber 394-1 WASHINGTON (BT) – The House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed legislation Thursday labeling as “genocide” Myanmar’s ongoing crimes against the country’s minority Muslim Rohingya population.  The resolution cleared the chamber 394-1. Steve Chabot, who introduced the legislation, said in a statement after its passage that he asked fellow lawmakers to “affirm that the […]

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UK can play crucial role in ending Rohingya genocide  Cross-party panel also discusses role of international community and International Criminal Court LONDON (AA) – The UK can play an instrumental role in bringing an end to the Rohingya genocide by Burmese authorities, a parliamentary session heard late Monday.  The message was conveyed at an event organized […]

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – SEPTEMBER 03: Peter Oborne, an author and columnist for the Daily Mail, Catherine West, an MP and member of the Parliamentary Select Committee on International Trade, Richard Cockett, editor and columnist at The Economist, Mark Farmaner, director of Burma Campaign UK, and S. Sayyid, a professor at the University of Leeds attend a […]

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