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Dhaka, November 26: Two suspected Rohingya robbers were killed in a gunfight with the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in Hnila union under Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar on Friday morning, according to reports.
Dhaka, November 9: Referring to the Rohingyas, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said that the Rohingyas in humanitarian shelters in Ukhia-Teknaf would not be better off if they did not refrain from terrorist activities.
Dhaka, November 9: Armed terrorists want to dominate 34 Rohingya camps in Ukhia-Teknaf in Cox's Bazar. So in the darkness of the night there is a regular exercise with arms. In order to supply these weapons, an illegal weapons factory has been set up in the hilly area of the camp. Maheshkhali artisans used to work in these factories but now only trained Rohingya artisans are making weapons. Law enforcement has information about several such factories.
Dhaka: Bangladesh's Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN) Rabab Fatima has called on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to continue efforts to ensure a "safe, voluntary and dignified life" for Rohingya, free from discrimination and oppression in their homeland Myanmar.
Dhaka, October 9: Members of the 14th Armed Police Battalion (APBn) detained five Rohingyas on suspicion of being members of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) from the Ukhia Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar.
Dhaka, October 7: The United Nations is signing an agreement with Bangladesh for humanitarian assistance to the Rohingyas relocated to Bhasanchar. The agreement will be signed next Saturday (October 9) at 12 noon in the meeting room of the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief at the Secretariat. On behalf of the Government of Bangladesh, Secretary of the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief Md. Mohsin and UNHCR Representative in Bangladesh Johannes van der Klaauw will sign the agreement.
Dhaka, October 6: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's steps taken to tackle climate change and the Rohingya issue are commendable, said Nathalie Chuard, Switzerland's Ambassador to Bangladesh. Recalling the continuation of strong diplomatic relations with Bangladesh, she lauded the current situation in Bangladesh in establishing human rights, prevention of violence against women, right to information and freedom of speech. The ambassador made the remarks during a meeting with Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury at her Parliament House office here on Tuesday (September 5).
Dhaka, September 9: Police have arrested 19 Rohingyas who fled Bhasanchar, from Sitakunda in Chittagong on a phone call from a person on National Emergency Service Number 999. They were arrested from Sagarpar in North Salimpur of Sitakunda Police Station around 11:30 am on Wednesday (September 8).
Dhaka, August 7: Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said that it is not possible for Bangladesh to bear the burden of Rohingyas indefinitely. He also sought the cooperation of world leaders in resolving this issue while addressing the 28th meeting of the ASEAN Regional Forum (AFR) on Friday (August 6).
Dhaka: At least 10 shanties were gutted as fire broke out at Balukhali Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh's Cox’s Bazar city on Tuesday, media reports said.
Dhaka, July 18, 2021: Rohingyas are fleeing from Cox's Bazar without agreeing to move from one camp to another.
Dhaka, June 24: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that Bangladesh has the capacity to produce vaccines.
Dhaka, June 10: The relocation of Rohingyas to Bhasanchar in Noakhali will begin again. They will be taken to Bhasanchar at the end of September. Disaster Management and Relief Ministry Secretary Md Mohsin made the remarks after a meeting on Thursday (June 10) at noon to discuss the relocation of Rohingya to Bhasanchar.
Dhaka, May 25: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed concern over the uncertainty created in the Rohingya repatriation process due to the recent change in the internal situation in Myanmar. The Prime Minister expressed her concern during a courtesy call on visiting UN General Assembly (UNGA) President Volkan Bozkır at Ganobhaban on Tuesday (May 25) morning. Later, PM's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters.
Dhaka, May 2, 2021: In the aftermath of the military coup in Myanmar, attempts to infiltrate the Rohingya into Bangladesh through the Cox's Bazar border have increased.