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UNHCR chief meets with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camp

KUTAPALONG, Bangladesh (Reuters) - The head of the U.N. refugee agency said on Saturday he was shocked by the "terrible violence" inflicted on Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar, and said their..

Rohingya crisis: UNHCR officials visit camps in Bangladesh

The team interacted the victims of violence that has taken place over the past four weeks in Myanmar.
India Today

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News video: Aid To Rohingya Refugees

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The U.S. has pledged relief money to Rohingya refugees while urging “strong and swift action” from the U.N.
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News video: Who's In Charge In Myanmar?

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Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar to seek refuge in neighboring Bangladesh, escaping what the United Nations human rights chief has labeled a "textbook example of ethnic..
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News video: Rohingya Refugees Wade Through Floodwaters in Bangladesh Camp

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Monsoon rains worsened already difficult conditions in makeshift Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh in mid-September.This UNHCR footage from September 19 shows people wading through muddy thigh-deep..
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News video: U.S. Seeks Urgent Action On Myanmar Crisis

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On Friday, a US official said that the United States wants Myanmar to take urgent action to end violence in the Rakhine state. Bangladesh and aid organizations are struggling to help 422,000 Muslims,..
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Saudi Arabia condemns Myanmar government 'policy of repression'

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, on Saturday condemned the government of Myanmar's "policy of repression" against minority Rohingya Muslims.
Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India

Indian sends 1,000 tonnes relief material for Rohingyas

The material was loaded on Indian Naval Ship Gharial, which will deliver it to Chittagong in Bangladesh where thousands of Rohinya refugees have come in from Myanmar.
Zee News

Rohingya crisis casts shadow over BIMSTEC

The exodus of Rohingya from Myanmar to Bangladesh seems to be casting a shadow on India's efforts to add new momentum to the BIMSTEC. As a large number of Rohingya took refuge in Bangladesh in the..
Deccan Herald

'Rohingya refugee influx stabilises in Bangladesh'

The number of Rohingya Muslim minority refugees who have fled violence in Myanmar and crossed into Bangladesh has stabilised at almost 430,000, the UN Office in the country said on Saturday.

Those who sympathise with Rohingya Muslims for votes are the greatest anti-national elements: Shiv Sena

The Shiv Sena on Saturday said if India is forced to provide shelter to Rohingya immigrants under pressure from "vote-hungry" politicians, it would not bode well for Muslims in the country. The..

Bangladesh says Rohingya influx grinds to a halt

The UN says 429,000 Rohingya have sought refuge in Bangladesh since attacks by Ronhingya militants in Rakhine on August 25 sparked a major Myanmar military crackdown.  
Zee News

2 Myanmar photojournalists freed on bail in Bangladesh

Bangladesh police say two Myanmar photojournalists arrested while covering a massive influx of Rohingya refugees from their country have been released on bail, but that they can't leave the country..
FOXNews.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

Rohingya children recall horror of losing parents

About 1,400 Rohingya children have crossed the Myanmar border to Bangladesh unaccompanied by their parents.
Al Jazeera

10 photos from Bangladesh camps, 10 stories of desperation

More than 400,000 ethnic Rohingya Muslims have poured into Bangladesh since the latest wave of violence exploded in their nearby home of Myanmar last month.

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh frees Myanmar photographers

Bangladesh authorities today released two Myanmar photographers covering the Rohingya crisis for a German magazine after they were granted bail by a court in Cox's Bazar, police and a lawyer said...
All India Radio

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh says influx of refugees has come to 'virtual halt'

The influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh has ground to a virtual halt, officials said today, almost a month after the eruption of violence in Myanmar which has seen nearly 430,000 flee in four..

Fires rage in Rakhine as Myanmar army blames Rohingya for mosque blast

Myanmar's army chief today blamed Rohinyga militants for an explosion outside a mosque in Rakhine state, as a rights group accused the military of starting fires in the region to prevent refugees from..

Buddhist mistrust of foreign aid workers hampers relief for Myanmar's Rohingya

SITTWE, Myanmar (Reuters) - Relief agencies struggling to reach hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims displaced by strife in northwestern Myanmar are facing rising hostility from ethnic Rakhine..
Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India

Myanmar army blames Rohingyas for explosion outside mosque in Rakhine

Myanmar's army chief on Saturday blamed Rohinyga militants for an explosion outside a mosque in Rakhine state, as a rights group accused the military of starting fires in the region to prevent refugees..
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