- Bangladesh RAB kills three alleged Islamists before Pope’s visit
RAB deputy head Colonel Anwar Latif Khan said that "three people who were involved in Islamist militancy were killed" in the explosions.
- Underground Authority releases music video on Rohingya refugees
Comprising Santhanam Srinivasan Iyer (EPR), Adil Rashid, Soumyadeep Bhattacharya and Sourish Kumar, the band calls its music "protest poetry".
- Rohingya Exodus: Myanmar blames Bangladesh for delaying repatriation
Myanmar has said Rohingya will have to prove prior residence in Rakhine in order to return -- but this could be difficult for many members of a stateless minority who lack proper documentation.
- Important for Myanmar to do more for return of exiled Rohingya, says US
Myanmar does not recognise Rohingya as an ethnic group and insists that they are Bangladeshi migrants living illegally in the country.
- Majority of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are suffering children: UN
Nearly fifty-eight per cent of the about 600,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are children who suffer from severe malnutrition, a UN report released said.
- Rohingya crisis: Security beefed up along Mizoram-Myanmar border
"Three companies of Assam Rifles included personnel from its battalion headquarters at Aizawl, Serchhip and Lunglei," said a senior police official
- At least 12 dead in capsizing of boat of Rohingya Muslims
Up to 35 people were on board and eight of them survived. It was not exactly clear how many were missing.
- Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of Oxford honour over Rohingya criticism
The 'Freedom of Oxford' had been granted to the de facto leader of Myanmar in 1997 for her "long struggle for democracy" by the Oxford City Council.
- Rohingya exodus swells again; 10,000 Rohingya massed near border
Myanmar's government refuses to recognise the Rohingya as a distinct ethnic group, instead calling them "Muslims" or "Bengalis" -- code for illegal migrants.
- Rohingya could pose threat to the country’s security, says Bhagwat
Referring to the issue of Rohingya Muslims, Bhagwat said they could pose a threat to the country's security and integrity.
- End this ‘nightmare’ Rohingya exodus: UN chief to Myanmar
More than half a million Rohingya Muslims have poured into Bangladesh in the last month, fleeing a vicious Myanmar military crackdown.
- Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are now more than 700,000
"Number of Rohingya refugees who have fled Myanmar into Bangladesh since late August has now topped 480,000. This brings the total number of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh to more than 700,000 people."
- UN increases Rohingya exodus estimate to 480,000
It also said numbers crossing the border had started to rise again. The UN gave a figure of more than 435,000 Rohingya arrivals on Saturday.
- UN Security Council to meet on Sept 28, discuss Myanmar violence
The UN Security Council earlier this month called for "immediate steps" to end the violence, following a closed-door meeting.
- No ‘ethnic cleansing,’ genocide against Muslims, says Myanmar
"There is no ethnic cleansing. There is no genocide," says Myanmar's UN Ambassador. "The leaders of Myanmar, who have long been striving for freedom and human rights, will not espouse such policies."
- Bangladesh treats 2,350 Rohingya refugees for bullet, machete wounds
Bangladesh said Thursday it had treated more than 2,350 Rohingya refugees for serious injuries sustained during ethnic violence in Myanmar, including bullet and machete wounds and trauma from landmines.
- Rajnath Singh insists on Rohingya deportation, NHRC disagrees
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that Rohingyas who have entered India from Myanmar should not be mistaken as refugees.
- Sheikh Hasina calls on Myanmar to take back Rohingya Muslims
Sheikh Hasina, speaking to Bangladeshi activists in New York where she is attending the UN General Assembly, also called for greater international pressure on Myanmar over the new crisis which has unfolded in the past three weeks
- ‘More Rohingya influx could lead to humanitarian catastrophe’
Bangladesh has seen an estimated 400,000 Rohingyas fleeing into the country in the past three-and-a-half weeks, creating a humanitarian crisis.
- Rajnath Singh says Supreme Court will decide on Rohingya issue
The Supreme Court will take a call on the Centre's plans to deport Rohingya Muslims, who entered the country "illegally", Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday.