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Rohingya refugees on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border – in pictures

Rohingya refugees on the Bangladesh-Myanmar border – in pictures

Since last August, more than 668,000 Rohingya refugees – about 400,000 of them children – have fled Myanmar for camps over the Bangladesh border. Their makeshift shelters will be at risk from flooding
Witness to a massacre: the former Myanmar soldier who saw his village burn

Witness to a massacre: the former Myanmar soldier who saw his village burn

Nazmul Islam watched as the army prepared to attack his home in Tula Toli, where its Rohingya residents were raped and murderedAfter they finished burning the bodies, the soldiers ordered chicken
Myanmar Is Widening Its Crackdown on Reporters Covering the Rohingya Crisis

Myanmar Is Widening Its Crackdown on Reporters Covering the Rohingya Crisis

Two Reuters reporters have been jailed for eight weeks
Congress calls for Myanmar officers to be booted from U.S. humanitarian drills

Congress calls for Myanmar officers to be booted from U.S. humanitarian drills

U.S. lawmakers are calling for the exclusion of Myanmar’s military from U.S.-led defense drills in Thailand, bordering the country on the east. Officers from Myanmar were invited to observe
Boris Johnson: let Rohingya return home when conditions are right

Boris Johnson: let Rohingya return home when conditions are right

UK foreign secretary visits refugee camp and calls for oversight of repatriationBoris Johnson has said Rohingya Muslim refugees should return to Myanmar only of their own accord and when the
Boris Johnson pushes Aung San Suu Kyi on Rohingya refugees

Boris Johnson pushes Aung San Suu Kyi on Rohingya refugees

Foreign secretary tells de facto Myanmar leader refugees must return under UN supervisionBoris Johnson has told Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi the UN refugee agency must be allowed to
‘I Feel Trapped.’ Rohingya Muslims Describe a Life of Fear in Myanmar’s Biggest City Yangon

‘I Feel Trapped.’ Rohingya Muslims Describe a Life of Fear in Myanmar’s Biggest City Yangon

“I feel trapped,” one Muslim says. “There is no guarantee for our future"
Myanmar government 'bulldozing Rohingya mass grave to hide evidence'

Myanmar government 'bulldozing Rohingya mass grave to hide evidence'

Rights group says site of massacre in Rakhine state is being flattened on government orders after exposés of two other mass gravesWARNING: this report includes a graphic image that readers may find
'It’s freedom': Rohingya refugee reaches Florida after horror of Australian detention

'It’s freedom': Rohingya refugee reaches Florida after horror of Australian detention

The US has quietly admitted a handful of Australia’s refugees since September of last year – but what happens if Trump cancels the arrangement?Down by Lake Osborne, deep in suburban Florida, there’s a
Myanmar is destroying evidence of its role in the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis

Myanmar is destroying evidence of its role in the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis

As the United Nations focuses on the details of how over 600,000 Rohingya are to be returned to Myanmar from refugee camps in Bangladesh, the government of Myanmar is rapidly destroying all evidence
'Everything is gone': satellite images in Myanmar show dozens of Rohingya villages bulldozed

'Everything is gone': satellite images in Myanmar show dozens of Rohingya villages bulldozed

Government says it is rebuilding area in Rakhine state but persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority say their culture is being erasedMyanmar’s government is using bulldozers to erase dozens of villages in
'Lives will be lost': Bangladesh rains promise further misery for Rohingya

'Lives will be lost': Bangladesh rains promise further misery for Rohingya

With the monsoon season nearing in Bangladesh, refugees living in makeshift shelters after fleeing Myanmar face a major risk from floods and landslidesA little girl dressed in pink, maybe three years
Former Rohingya MP, Aung Zaw Win, arrested in Myanmar

Former Rohingya MP, Aung Zaw Win, arrested in Myanmar

Arrest seen as military sending signal to Rohingya community that they are under threat from further attacksA former Rohingya MP has been arrested in Myanmar, in move that has been condemned as a
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

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Myanmar government is rogue and evil, says Bangladesh minister

Myanmar government is rogue and evil, says Bangladesh minister

Finance minister doubts hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees can go homeA senior minister in Bangladesh has condemned the Myanmar government as “evil” and said he did not believe the hundreds of
'All these flashbacks come': Rohingya’s teens speak out on Myanmar brutality | Liz Ford

'All these flashbacks come': Rohingya’s teens speak out on Myanmar brutality | Liz Ford

Young male refugees in Bangladesh are being helped by pioneering aid efforts that try to address the hidden scars of warMemories of the day in October that changed the life of teenager Mohammed Riaz
UN officials point finger at Myanmar for 'crimes under international law'

UN officials point finger at Myanmar for 'crimes under international law'

Human rights rapporteur says evidence about atrocities against Rohingya people must be collected and presented to international criminal courtUN human rights officials have said it is likely that
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

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'I fear Myanmar, I don't want to go home': Rohingya in Bangladesh – in pictures

'I fear Myanmar, I don't want to go home': Rohingya in Bangladesh – in pictures

Refugees from Myanmar continue to arrive daily at the 20 rapidly expanding camps around Cox’s Bazar. With makeshift shelters perched precariously on slopes, aid agencies fear land slides could cause a
Facebook Has a Genocide Problem

Facebook Has a Genocide Problem

The optimism surrounding tech’s potential for spreading freedom and democracy was hard-wired into the Arab Spring. In its early weeks and months, talk of technology and revolution were inseparable. On