5d ago| Rohingya Influx

Webinar on Rohingya Crisis Repatriation the only solution

Saying that repatriation is the only solution to the Rohingya crisis, academicians in a webinar yesterday urged the international community to mount pressure on Myanmar so that it takes back its...

1w ago| Rohingya Influx

Rohingya Relocation to Bhasan Char: UN set to be on board with govt’s plan

The United Nations is finally set to get engaged in humanitarian activities for Rohingyas in Bhasan Char. 

1w ago| Rohingya Influx

Fear and loathing in refugee camps

It’s not that fear gripped the Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar only after the recent killing of a popular leader; it has always been there due to unrestrained crimes, rivalry between groups, and lax...

Rohingya Issue: Dhaka reminds int’l community of their duities

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has stressed on the international community’s responsibility towards establishing accountability and justice for the massive human rights violations perpetrated...

Genocide Remembrance Day: Declare crimes against Rohingyas genocide

On the occasion of Genocide Remembrance Day, the Rohingyas called on the governments across the globe, including the UK and US, to declare the crimes against the Rohingya community as genocide.

No baby count in Cox’s Bazar in 4yrs

In 2017, a month after the Rohingya refugee influx, the Cox’s Bazar district administration suspended birth registration in the area.

Funding on decline, challenges up

As international funding for the Rohingyas declines, Bangladesh faces increasing challenges to manage the displaced people amid little prospect of repatriation anytime soon.

How Rohingya youth are fighting for education

Abdul Aman, a Rohingya boy of 18, was a student of grade eight in 2017. His dream was to travel abroad for higher education after completing his school.

Rohingyas in Bangladesh: No question of their integration with locals

Bangladesh does not want any measures that promote integration of the Rohingyas into the local society.