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Monthly Update on HumanRights abuses and religious intolerance in Burma

Monthly Update on HumanRights abuses and religious intolerance in Burma

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United Nation Human Right’s Flash Report on Rohingya

United Nation Human Right’s Flash Report on Rohingya

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UN calls for probe into attacks on Rohingya in Myanmar

UN calls for probe into attacks on Rohingya in Myanmar

UN human rights experts want Myanmar to investigate allegations that security forces have killed unarmed civilians, burned villages and made arbitrary arrests in a Muslim-majority region where a crackdown has followed attacks on border police. Aid agencies say up to

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Myanmar urged to ensure aid reaches Arakan

Myanmar urged to ensure aid reaches Arakan

An international human rights group has called on Myanmar’s government and military to ensure humanitarian aid can reach vulnerable populations in Arakan (Rakhine) State where ongoing operations have blocked off the troubled region for more than a week. Troops have

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Eroding human rights in Australian foreign policy, one asylum seeker at a time

Eroding human rights in Australian foreign policy, one asylum seeker at a time

The scene happens every day in capitals across south-east Asia: a strategy session in an ambassador’s ornate sitting room over coffee with like-minded senior diplomats from the US, Canada, and EU member states trying to figure out how to persuade

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Syrian offensive blamed for putting peace talks at risk

Syrian offensive blamed for putting peace talks at risk

Opposition sounds warning as military advance opens way for Assad government forces to recapture country’s largest city. Syria’s main opposition bloc has given warning that attacks by government forces in Aleppo province could stand in the way of the peace

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US sends best wishes on Myanmar’s Independence Day

US sends best wishes on Myanmar’s Independence Day

John Kerry, US Secretary of State, sent his best wishes to the people of Myanmar on their Independence Day on January 4. “This 68th anniversary of Myanmar’s independence follows your country’s historic parliamentary elections on November 8,” he noted in

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US envoy says Washington wants solutions to Rohingya issue

US envoy says Washington wants solutions to Rohingya issue

The US is committed to helping countries find “just and durable solutions” to the Rohingya issue, Ambassador Marcia Bernicat says. The US envoy, who was on a visit to Cox’s Bazar on Monday and Tuesday, met district and local officials,

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Malaysia’s human rights commission urges country to recognise rights of refugees

Malaysia’s human rights commission urges country to recognise rights of refugees

KUALA LUMPUR – The lack of a proper system to govern refugees has allowed human rights abuses against refugees to take place, said the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam). The non-recognition of refugees by Malaysia has made the community

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Backlash against Muslims casts shadow over Myanmar election

Backlash against Muslims casts shadow over Myanmar election

YANGON- Standing before a glistening monastery, Myanmar’s most infamous monk adjusts his saffron robe and then does something that would have seemed unthinkable a few years ago: He launches into the formerly untouchable Aung San Suu Kyi, accusing her of

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WATCH: #Rohingya Daily News 19 September 2017

WATCH: #Rohingya Daily News 19 September 2017
https://youtu.be/HL6HZ0OZzqw

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