Myanmar blocks more than a thousand website

Since Saturday the Myanmar Ministry of Telecommunications confirmed the internet has been resumed on Rakhine and Chin state. However, the question arises, did the government really give usable internet access? Earlier on March 2020, The Ministry of Telecommunications...

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Humaira’s endless agony

Inside a small bamboo makeshift, Humaira Begum, a Rohingya survivor, who's face was draped with a pink Lummal (scarf), recounted the evening when her family left their homeland Myanmar. Humaira was only 15 when the Myanmar military attacked her village. While Humaira...

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78 Covid19 Positive Cases and 6 Death in the Rohingya Refugee Camp

78 Covid19 Positive Cases and 6 Death in the Rohingya Refugee Camp

This page contains the latest update of the Covid-19 positive cases based on the available information in the public domain. Refugee Camp status (as of 08/08/2020):78(0) total confirmed cases (last 24 hours)40(6) total recoveries (last 24 hours)6(0) total deaths (last...

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Rohingya Kids Watching Cows brought for Qurbani 
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Humaira’s endless agony

Humaira’s endless agony

Inside a small bamboo makeshift, Humaira Begum, a Rohingya survivor, who's face was draped with a pink Lummal (scarf), recounted the evening when her family left their homeland Myanmar. Humaira was only 15 when the Myanmar military attacked her village. While Humaira...

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A 9-Year-old Rohingya boy memorizes the whole Holy Quran in one year

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Germany donates €4.5 for Rohingya welfare

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A Rohingya child hit by a TomTom

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