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How do we solve a problem like the Rohingya?
Philippine Daily Inquirer

How do we solve a problem like the Rohingya?

The government of Myanmar (Burma) rejects any suggestion that they are its responsibility. The Rohingya, it claims, are not an indigenous people of Burma, but Bengali Muslims who migrated from neighbouring Bangladesh. The government of Bangladesh ... Asiaone, 5 days ago

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Desperate Migrants in Southeast Asia Point to Problems in Burma

Sea-faring migrants from Bangladesh and Burmese Rohingya are arriving in large numbers on the shores of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. At present, there may be as many as 8,000 migrants stuck at sea, causing the United Nations to warn of a ...
 Heritage Foundation1 week ago Indonesia And Malaysia Pledge To Help Migrants  Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago Over 2,500 migrants still adrift, according to the UN  Irish Times5 hours ago Stranded Sea Migrants Not Rohingya Refugees, Say Indonesian Authorities  Sputnik4 days ago

Aid not enough for Rohingyas

In 1962, Burma (as it was then named) was the Golden Land, the richest in the region and a significant exporter of rice. Since then, the economy has stagnated under dictatorship, with resources devoted to the military and its leaders aggrandisement ...
 The Australian23 hours ago
Sydney Morning Herald

The asylum debate we have to have

As the Prime Minister describes it, the unfolding crisis is the result of an "outbreak of people smuggling in Burma and Bangladesh" and the most appropriate and effective way to respond is to "stop the boats". "Frankly, the only way to stop the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald4 days ago

US calls on Myanmar to make Rohingya citizens to end boat crisis

Why Buhari should prioritise power too New Telegraph online (Today) - Going by the myriad of incessant problems besetting Nigeria, I have always been an advocate for prioritisation of our challenges with the aim that the government will ...
 NigerianHerald.com4 days ago Why is Aung San Kyi silent on Rohingya's plight?  Pakistan Observer6 days ago Burma's Rohingya exodus is a looming disaster  Washington Post1 week ago Plight of Myanmar's Rohingya 'boat people'  CNN2 days ago

U.N. chief urges Asian nations to deal with migrant crisis

RANGOON, Burma — U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday urged Southeast Asian nations to deal with the causes behind a growing humanitarian crisis that has forced thousands of people from Burma and Bangladesh to flee by sea, leaving many ...
 San Francisco Chronicle3 days ago UN Urges SE Asia Not to Turn Away Migrants - Voice of America  Social Dashboard1 week ago UN Secretary General Urges Governments In The Region To Keep Their Borders Open  Malaysian Digest1 week ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Teaching as a mission

BURMA: Celia secretly teaches English and Christianity to children Celia Venerable Malunes, 35, is not your usual Filipino teacher teaching English or Math to Cambodians and Burmese (Myanmarese). A product of University of San Agustin in Iloilo ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer3 days ago
Canberra Times

Talk to Burma over Rohingyas: Bishop

SEOUL: Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has indicated that south-east Asian nations should abandon their reluctance to interfere in each other's internal affairs and tackle the issue of Myanmar's treatment of the Rohingyas. However Ms Bishop said ...
 Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago Confront Burma over Rohingyas treatment: Bishop  Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago Abbott says Australia will not resettle refugees in migrant crisis  Canberra Times6 days ago
WA Today

Rohingya Refugee Crisis Is a Policy Success for President Thein Sein

Thousands of Rohingya refugees from Burma lie starving in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Dehydrated and desperate, they are forced to drink their own urine in sight of countries which should be offering them sanctuary. ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago The refugees with nowhere to go  Independent On Saturday1 week ago A state of utter despair  Times of Oman2 days ago Sunday explainer: who are the Rohingya, and why are they being persecuted?  Macleay Argus3 days ago

Burma accepts migrant 'concerns'

The comments yesterday came as fresh details emerged from migrants of brutal fighting with metal bars and knives that left at least 100 dead, as food and water dwindled aboard their rickety vessel drifting in Indonesian waters. Southeast Asia is ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 week ago Migrant crisis: Burma refuses to accept blame  CBC1 week ago Burma refuses to accept blame for migrant crisis  CBC1 week ago
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