Modi’s government is making it easier for Hindus, Buddhists, Christians and other minorities from Bangladesh and Pakistan to gain citizenship in India.
Stories from groups like the Daingnet have remained largely unknown to the outside world.
Islamist group behind the Sept. 11attacks urge Muslims around the world to support their fellow Muslims in Myanmar with aid, weapons and ‘military support.’
Pressure mounts on Myanmar to end violence that has sent some 370,000 self-identifying Rohingya Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh.
As Rakhine State reels from recent violence, India debates whether to deport the self-identified Rohingya who have migrated there over the years.
With a lack of reliable information and tension on both sides, immediate access for a credible, international organization to the region is necessary.
The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army declares a month-long ceasefire to enable aid groups to help ease a humanitarian crisis in northwest Myanmar.
António Guterres said that the issues faced by Muslims in Rakhine State “are becoming an undeniable factor in regional destabilization.”
The Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh, pressuring the scarce resources of aid agencies and communities already helping in the area.
Nurses, teachers, and govt employees repeat calls to be evacuated by rescue teams from Maungdaw Township.
Some 38,000 Rohingya have crossed into Bangladesh in the wake of what is probably Rakhine’s deadliest bout of violence in decades.
Food support for six camps on the Thai-Shan border will be cut off in October.
New Delhi says Rohingya Muslims who fled to India pose a security threat and should be deported.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres appeals for Bangladesh to allow fleeing Rohingya to seek safety.
Bidhayak Das explores why India is rejecting refugees from troubled Rakhine State.