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Rohingya Reduced To Drug Smuggling

Rohingya Reduced To Drug Smuggling

Rohingya refugees fleeing anti-Muslim persecution in Myanmar are being exploited by the Arakan Army to smuggle synthetic drugs into Bangladesh. The army, which is demanding greater autonomy for Myanmar’s Rakhine State, uses money from the drug sales to purchase arms...

15,000 Rohingya under quarantine as coronavirus cases rise

15,000 Rohingya under quarantine as coronavirus cases rise

At least 15,000 Rohingya refugees are under quarantine in Bangladesh’s vast camps, as the number of confirmed coronavirus infections there rose to 29. Health experts have long warned that the virus could race through the cramped settlements, housing almost a...

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UN gets access to Rakhine

The UN began work inside Myanmar’s violence-torn northern Rakhine state yesterday, the first time its agencies have been granted permission to operate there since more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled the area last year. The UN has been waiting for access to...

Rohingya Genocide Under Spotlight in London

The Justice For Rohingya Minority (JFRM) held a roundtable discussion Monday in London on the genocide against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims and offered solutions to the crisis. The panel of speakers included Peter Oborne, an author and columnist for the Daily Mail,...

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