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Burmese Forces Bull Dozing Rohingya’s Existence After Blazing

    Burmese Forces Bull Dozing Rohingya’s Existence After Blazing

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 18th January 2018 Maungdaw: Burmese brutal forces are vanishing Rohingyas’s existence in villages which they blazed after 25th August 2017 in Maungdaw Township, reports local. Authorities are using rollers and bulldozers to vanish the Rohingya’s infrastructures like buildings, Mosques and Religious schools in Zammonia,

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Myanmar: Investigate police killings of Rakhine State protesters

    Myanmar: Investigate police killings of Rakhine State protesters

Reacting to the police shooting dead at least eight protesters in Mrauk-U in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, James Gomez, Amnesty International’s Director for Southeast Asia and the Pacific, said: Even if protesters were throwing stones and bricks, nothing can justify police apparently firing into a crowd of thousands. This is a

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Asma, four, ‘raped, strangled to death’ in Mardan

    Asma, four, ‘raped, strangled to death’ in Mardan

A four-year-old girl was raped before being strangled to death in northwest Pakistan, a district mayor and doctors have said. The body of the victim, who is being named as Asma, was found in a sugarcane field on Sunday in the Jandarpar Gujjar Garhi district of Mardan city, a day

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HBKU students embark on a mission to aid Rohingya

  HBKU students embark on a mission to aid Rohingya

Doha: In an education service trip, 16 graduate students at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), a member of Qatar Foundation, went on a mission to Bangladesh where they gained more knowledge about the crisis engulfing Myanmar and Rohingya refugees. Held

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Burmese Authorities Captures Cattle for Money Extortion

  Burmese Authorities Captures Cattle for Money Extortion

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 17th January 2018 Maungdaw: Burmese authorities along with Rakhine (Mogh) collaboration captured Rohingya’s cattle in a village of Maungdaw Township for extorting money, reports a victim.  5 cows from the village of Shudafara (Shwezar)

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Rohingya refugees to return ‘within two years’

  Rohingya refugees to return ‘within two years’

The UN has raised concerns over the return of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees, who fled a military crackdown in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, within the next two years as agreed upon by Bangladesh and Myanmar. As part of a

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Returning Rohingya: An Issue of ‘Grave Concern’

  Returning Rohingya: An Issue of ‘Grave Concern’

By Rohingya Vision TV | 16th January 2018 MPs have raised “grave concern” about the plight of thousands of Rohingya people being returned to Myanmar. The Commons International Development Committee said it was “clear” that rape and sexual violence remain

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Half a million Rohingya refugee children at risk in overcrowded camps in Bangladesh with cyclone and monsoon season on horizon

  Half a million Rohingya refugee children at risk in overcrowded camps in Bangladesh with cyclone and monsoon season on horizon

COX’S BAZAR– The health and safety of more than 520,000 Rohingya children living in overcrowded camps and informal settlements in Bangladesh is likely to be put at even greater risk ahead of upcoming cyclone and monsoon seasons, UNICEF warned today.

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Rohingya in transit long for a life of dignity

  Rohingya in transit long for a life of dignity

Mustafa K Anuar catches a glimpse of the tremendous challenges confronting Rohingya refugees in Malaysia. Used in the most spartan way possible, the physical space in the rented house functions as a community centre that serves the basic needs of

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