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Holy Shab-e-Qadr today

Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

Want to return home as soon as possible: Rohingyas to Uzra Zeya

Dhaka, July 13: The Rohingya refugees of Cox's Bazar have asked Uzra Zeya, the Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights of the US Department of State, tp arrange their quick repatriation to Myanmar.

I have told all countries to take Rohingyas: Foreign Minister

Dhaka, May 30: Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has advised the countries that have not yet had favorable conditions for the repatriation of the Rohingyas to take the Rohingyas to their own countries. He said this while talking to reporters at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday.

Prime Minister wants global support for Rohingya repatriation

Dhaka, May 13: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina emphasized on strengthening mutual trust and respect and building partnerships among the countries of the Indian Ocean region. She also called for strengthening maritime diplomacy for a stable future in the region.

Foreign Minister Momen calls on UN envoy to play a stronger role in dealing with Rohingya crisis

Dhaka, March 22: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen MP requested the UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Myanmar, Nolin Hejar, to increase her engagement with the Myanmar authorities as well as all other partners in improving the Rohingya situation in Rakhine. He especially emphasized on identifying the root causes of the Rohingya crisis and solving it quickly.

4,500 Rohingyas staying at Zero Line take refuge inside Bangladesh

Dhaka, January 27: Around 4,500 Rohingyas, who were staying at the Zero Line shelter camps on the Ghumdhum-Tumbru border of Naikshyongchari in Bandarban, have taken refuge in localities inside Bangladesh.

Myanmar can take back Rohingyas at any moment

Dhaka, December 9: Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that the Myanmar government can take the Rohingyas back at any moment. That's why they have verified hundreds of people.

Some Rohingyas will go to US today

Dhaka, December 8: The United States is likely to begin repatriating some of the forcibly displaced Rohingya from Bangladesh to its territory. On Tuesday afternoon, Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen told the media, "About 62 Rohingyas have been registered in the first phase. Among them, they will take a few Rohingyas on Thursday, December 8."

The Netherlands will provide $7.5 million for Rohingya refugees

Dhaka, November 29: The Netherlands has decided to provide USD 7.5 million through the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to the welfare of forcibly displaced Rohingya refugees and their host communities in Cox's Bazar district.

Resolution on Rohingya issue unanimously accepted at United Nations

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 18: This year's resolution on the human rights situation of Rohingya Muslims and other minority groups in Myanmar was adopted unanimously by the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly.

Iran will help Bangladesh in safe and dignified repatriation of Rohingyas

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 26: Iran's ambassador Mansour Chavoshi said Iran will support Bangladesh in the safe and dignified repatriation of Rohingyas who were forcibly displaced from Myanmar.

Despite repatriation agreement, not a single Rohingya returned to Myanmar: Foreign Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 21: Bangladesh and Myanmar signed a repatriation agreement on November 23, 2017. But so far not a single Rohingya from Bangladesh has returned to their native Rakhine state.

PM calls for specific steps to be taken to repatriate Rohingyas

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 23: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina called on the United Nations to take concrete steps for sustainable Rohingya repatriation. She made the call while addressing a high-level side event on the Rohingya issue in New York on Thursday.

Bangladesh not to deploy troops on Myanmar border at this moment

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 19: Although Bangladesh has been alerted by repeated mortar shelling on the territory of Bangladesh due to the conflict between the rebel groups and the Myanmar army, Dhaka is not thinking of deploying the army on the border. However, the army and other forces as well as agencies have been asked to be alert about the overall situation.

Discussions underway to honorably repatriate Rohingyas: Home Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 16: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that peaceful talks are going on to return the Rohingyas in an honorable manner.

India is positive in solving Rohingya issue: Prime Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 15: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that India is positive in solving the Rohingya problem.