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Doctors Without Borders Canada M decins Sans Fronti res MSF

- msf.ca
15 Sep 2017
A durable and dignified solution for the Rohingya must be found, not only in countries where they seek asylum but at their origin in Myanmar. Sadly, such a desperate situation is nothing new to the Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic minority originating from Myanmar, where they are denied citizenship and suffer persecution and discrimination. Over the past two decades, hundreds of ...

Up to 400,000 Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar

15 Sep 2017
TEKNAFF, BANGLADESH - SEPTEMBER 13 : A Rohingya Muslim woman, fled from ongoing military operations in Myanmar's Rakhine state, gestures after her child died and many other left wounded in a boat accident while fleeing to a temporary makeshift camp, after crossing over from Myanmar into the Bangladesh side of the border, in Teknaff, Bangladesh on September 13, 2017. ...
- aa.com.tr

Rohingya villages targets of 'systematic burnings' by Myanmar security forces, Amnesty International

- cbc.ca
15 Sep 2017
And nearly three weeks into a mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar, thousands were still flooding across the border Thursday in search of help and safety in teeming refugee settlements in Bangladesh. The IRC estimates up to 50,000 Rohingya civilians are now arriving each day in Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh.

Bangladesh guards Buddhists amid Rohingya backlash fears Malay Mail Online

15 Sep 2017
Members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) stops Rohingya people who are trying to enter Bangladesh in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, August 27, 2017. -- Reuters pic COX'S BAZAR, Sept 15 -- Bangladesh authorities today deployed hundreds of police to protect Buddhist temples in the region where about 400,000 Muslim Rohinygas have sought refuge from unrest in Myanmar.
- themalaymailonline.com

The Rohingya, fleeing for their lives in Myanmar, head for Bangladesh

- abcnews.go.com
15 Sep 2017
Reporter: They are running for their lives, hoping to escape what they believe is certain death, risking it all to cross illegally from Myanmar into Bangladesh. We ask why are you coming here? Translator: We do not have peace in our home. So we're coming to Bangladesh. Our house was destroyed. Translator: Because we are being persecuted. We are scared. The authorities ...

Shortages of shelter, food and clean water for thousands of Rohingya

15 Sep 2017
14 September 2017 - Up to 400,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since August 25, with thousands more arriving every day and around 60 per cent are children, according to preliminary estimates. The sheer number of refugees has overwhelmed pre-existing refugee camps, with new arrivals seeking shelter anywhere they can find space.
- unicef.org.uk

Who are the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army

- bbc.com
15 Sep 2017
The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (Arsa) operates in Rakhine state in northern Myanmar, where the mostly-Muslim Rohingya people have faced persecution. The Myanmar government has denied them citizenship and sees them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.

Union Chief Says Automated Trucks Could Cost Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs

15 Sep 2017
Union Chief Says Automated Trucks Could Cost Hundreds of Thousands of Jobs Stephen Karmazyn America Closed 2017-09-14T07:14:58Z 2017-09-14 06:21:53 Teamsters Congress Automation James P. Hoffa commercial trucks The Teamsters Union has gone to Congress to lobby against the speeding up of truck automation. They hope to slow and regulate the future changeover from human ...
- americaclosed.com

Rohingya Homes Burnt in Myanmar as Thousands Flee to Bangladesh

- blackchristiannews.com
15 Sep 2017
After a Rohingya insurgent group attacked police posts in Myanmar's Rakhine state on Aug. 25, the military responded with "clearance operations." Fleeing Rohingya say security forces shot indiscriminately, burned their homes and threatened them with death. The government says hundreds died, mostly Rohingya, and that 176 out of 471 Rohingya villages are now abandoned.

India Pushing Myanmar to Take Back Rohingya Refugees

15 Sep 2017
Dhaka: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has expressed solidarity with Bangladesh over the Rohingya crisis and said India is putting pressure on Myanmar to take back refugees who fled the Buddhist-majority nation, a top aide of Bangladesh Prime Minister has said.
- news18.com

PM Hasina stands up for the Rohingya

- dhakatribune.com
15 Sep 2017
According to UN estimates, as of yesterday, around 370,000 Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh since Myanmar security forces relaunched their crackdown in the Rakhine state following insurgent attacks on Myanmar police outposts and an army base on August 25.

Their Homes Were Burned Now They're Left To Fight For Food In Refugee Camps

15 Sep 2017
COX'S BAZAAR, Bangladesh -- After escaping mass persecution in Myanmar, dozens of Rohingya Muslim refugees in makeshift camps inside Bangladesh told BuzzFeed News they are being crushed while waiting to collect food, and treated brutally by some NGO staff who are using violent methods to control the crowds.
- buzzfeed.com

Rohingya in Myanmar and Bangladesh urgently require medical and humanitarian assistance

- msf.org
15 Sep 2017
By 6 September, over 146,000 people had crossed into Bangladesh, fleeing violence in Rakhine state, Myanmar. This figure, coming on top of 75,000 people who have arrived since violence began in October 2016, represents one of the largest influxes ever of Rohingyas into Bangladesh. The majority of the new arrivals are now staying in existing makeshift settlements or ...

Bangladesh Accuses Myanmar of Genocide Against Rohingya

15 Sep 2017
In Dhaka, Hasina called on Myanmar to take back the uprooted Rohingya population and to recognize members of the Muslim minority as citizens, according to state-run news agency Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS). The Rohingya are a stateless minority concentrated in Rakhine, where the Buddhist majority looks down on them as "Bengalis."
- bangladeshnews.net

Sushma Swaraj discusses Rohingya issue with Bangladesh PM over phone india

- hindustantimes.com
15 Sep 2017
India is pushing Myanmar both bilaterally and multilaterally to take back Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled the Buddhist-majority nation following the ethnic violence, a top aide of Bangladesh Prime Minister quoted external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj as saying.

India fully supporting Bangladesh's stance over Rohingya issue

15 Sep 2017
The Rohingya Muslims, who have taken refuge in Cox's Bazar and Teknaf border areas in Bangladesh after they fled the barbarous persecution in Myanmar's Rakhine State, are now suffering due to an absence of food, shelters, medicines, sanitation facilities and clean water.
- republicworld.com

India pushing Myanmar to take back Rohingya refugees The New Indian Express

- newindianexpress.com
15 Sep 2017
DHAKA: India is pushing Myanmar both bilaterally and multilaterally to take back Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled the Buddhist-majority nation following the ethnic violence, a top aide of Bangladesh Prime Minister quoted External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj as saying.

UN asks for aid amid Bangladesh Rohingya influx

15 Sep 2017
UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh Robert Watkins said on Sunday that the wave of traumatized refugees was "showing no signs of stopping" in the Cox's Bazar region. The area has already helped thousands of people displaced by previous spasms of violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state.
- presstv.ir

Vital UNHCR aid arrives in Cox's Bazar, additional emergency staff deployed

- unhcr.org
15 Sep 2017
In Bangladesh, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is increasingly concerned over the situation for an estimated 380,000 Rohingya refugees reported to have arrived in the country since 25 August. Violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State over the past three weeks has made this one of the fastest growing refugee crises of recent years, creating enormous humanitarian needs in an area of ...

Humanitarian needs increase as Rohingya flee into Bangladesh

15 Sep 2017
Violence broke out in Myanmar's Rakhine State on 25 August. The extent and implications of the violence remain uncertain as the UN does not have access. The humanitarian response to the Rohingya influx in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, is being coordinated by the Inter-Sector Coordination Group, which is led by the International Organization for Migration.
- unocha.org

Landmines Threaten Refugees in No Man Land on Bangladesh

- bangladeshsun.com
15 Sep 2017
"On Saturday and Sunday, three (Rohingya) people were killed in mine blasts on the border," Dilip Kumar Banik, the deputy commissioner of Bandarban, a southeastern district that borders Myanmar, told BenarNews, an RFA-affiliated online news service. Two other Rohingya were injured in the blasts.

Myanmar Photojournalists Detained in Bangladesh

15 Sep 2017
The statement said the two journalists--Minzayar Oo and Hkun Lat--had reached Cox's Bazar, on the border, in order to report on the situation faced by 400,000 self-identifying Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar government security forces' "counter-terrorism" operations against the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army in late August.
- irrawaddy.com

Myanmar border, target 35,000 meals per

- indianexpress.com
15 Sep 2017
Three days after Sikh volunteers from Khalsa Aid (India) arrived in Bangladesh-Myanmar border to begin relief work for Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar, they finally got the go ahead from the Bangladesh government to start the Guru ka langar (community kitchen preparing and serving fresh hot meals) on Thursday.

Canada provides 2 5M in urgent funding for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

15 Sep 2017
The Canadian funding announcement comes following an urgent appeal by the office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh last week, calling for $77 million US to help humanitarian agencies operating in Cox's Bazar, in eastern Bangladesh, to assist people who have fled violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state, where many of the Rohingyas have lived for generations.
- rcinet.ca

Guru ka langar' begins at Bangladesh Sikh Siyasat

- sikhsiyasat.net
15 Sep 2017
Ludhiana (Divya Goyal, Indian Express): Three days after Sikh volunteers from Khalsa Aid (India) arrived in Bangladesh-Myanmar border to begin relief work for Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar, they finally got the go ahead from the Bangladesh government to start the Guru ka langar (community kitchen preparing and serving fresh hot meals) on Thursday.

Indian Air Force Drops Relief Material For Rohingya Refugees In Bangladesh

15 Sep 2017
According to UN, over 379,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar's Rakhine state into Bangladesh since August 25. The relief material is to be delivered in via consignments in parts, the first of which will be brought to Chittagong by an Indian Air Force plane on 14th September.
- indiatimes.com

Russia Evacuates Hundreds of Thousands Over 'End Of World' Fears

- neonnettles.com
15 Sep 2017
A Federal Security Service (FSB) report has begun circulating in the Kremlin today states that the "telephone terrorism attacks" that struck in the past week have caused the evacuation of hundreds-of-thousands in Russia due to "religious hysteria" being caused by 'end of the world fears'.

India building pressure on Myanmar to stop persecution of Rohingyas, confirms Bangladesh

15 Sep 2017
The Bangladesh PM will also make a formal proposal at the upcoming UN General Assembly session for an early implementation of recommendations by the Kofi Annan Commission which recommended a number of measures that the Myanmar Government should take to avoid the persecution of the Rohingya Muslims.
- wionews.com
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