Refugee International and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum will discuss the Rohingya crisis tomorrow
Tomorrow Refugees International & the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will host an online conversation on Rohingya issue under the title, "The Rohingya Crisis: Why a U.S. Genocide Determination Matters" The moderator of the discussion is a well-known actor and...read more
On 12 August 2020, Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) released the candidates' list for the Rakhine (Arakan) state. USDP which originated from the Myanmar military was registered on 8 June 2010 by the Union Election Commission, is the strongest opposing...read more
Facebook, a dominant internet platform in Myanmar, with more than 20 million users has recently denied providing information related to Myanmar military who are allegedly involved in 2017's "genocide" against Rohingya. A UK based Rohingya organization, Burmese...read more
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...read more
On 2 August 2020, Arakan League for Democracy party announced the names of their candidates for 2020 Myanmar General Election. The Arakan League for Democracy party is a political party rooted in the Rakhine state, Myanmar. ALD was formed in 1989 by Aye than Aung, a...read more
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...read more
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
Photo Source: Rohingya Khobor
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in 2019/2020 academic year, the Matriculation student passed rate is 27.27% in Rakhine State which is a 4% increase than last year according to U Than Sein, the educational head of Rakhine state. 45000 thousand students have sat examination where 12000 students have...read more
Myanmar government did not invite the Arakan Army (AA) to the "Union Peace Conference" which is also known as 21st Century Panglong. The conference is scheduled for 19th to 21st August in Myanmar’s capital Naypyidaw. Up to now, four rounds of peace negotiations held...read more
Since Saturday, Internet blockade has taken off in seven townships of Northern Rakhine State and Southern Chin State’s Paletwa Township according to the Ministry of Transport and Communications. However, after a year of no internet local residents say internet...read more
Washington based International Campaign for the Rohingya (ICR) in cooperation with NO BUSINESS WITH GENOCIDE sponsored a petition against the Facebook, to remove "Hate Speech" from its platform and to never lets its platform to be used again for campaigns of hate...read more
32.06% of students pass in 2020 matriculation examination and Rohingya gets distinction in all subject
On 09 August, Department of Myanmar Examinations of Myanmar's Ministry of Education has released the final result of matriculation examination of 2019/2020 academic year. The total rate of student passed is 32.06% where 799 students got distinction in all subjects....read more
Rohingyas are an ethnic Muslim Community from Arakan (Rakhine) State. Rohingya have been in Arakan since the 8th century and Arakan was an independent and separate from Burma (Myanmar) until she was invaded by the Burman. The Rohingyas had their 'right to vote' from...read more
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...
Cox's Bazar Civil Society Organisations and NGO Forum (CCNF) that consist of more than 50 local and national NGOs operating in Cox's Bazar district requested the UN to revise the allocation of the $4 million emergency fund for COVID-19 for Refugee. The request was...