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Grameen Telecom gives account of assets of Dr. Yunus, 3 others to ACC

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights visits Rohingya camp

5 JMB members sentenced to death in Chittagong

Murderers also conspired to kill Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana abroad: Dr Gowher Rizvi

Rohingya genocide: International Court rejects Myanmar's objections

The Hague, ‎Netherlands, July 23: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) rejected Myanmar's objections to the Rohingya genocide case. As a result, there is no longer any obstacle to proceed with the proceedings of the case filed by The Gambia on the charges of genocide and torture against the Rohingya minority in the United Nations' court.

United States acknowledges Rakhine genocide

Washington DC, March 21: The United States is finally recognizing the ongoing crackdown on the Rohingya minority in Myanmar as genocide. A senior Biden official announced the decision on Sunday. However, the official did not want to be named as the decision was not officially announced. U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is expected to make the much-anticipated announcement on Monday.

38 protesters killed in Myanmar on Wednesday

Naypyitaw, March 4: At least 38 people were killed in Myanmar on Wednesday, prompting the United Nations to call it the bloodiest day since the coup on February 1.

Facebook bans Myanmar military from its platform

San Francisco, February 25: Social media giant Facebook has blocked the Burmese military from its platform after deciding the risk of allowing them on 'Facebook and Instagram are too great'.

Rohingya: Myanmar's military government promises to take back 'displaced' refugees from Bangladesh

Naypyidaw, February 9: Myanmar's military ruler Min Aung Hlaing has promised to repatriate "displaced persons" from Bangladesh under a bilateral agreement between Myanmar and Bangladesh. General Min made the promise in his first televised speech eight days after the junta seized power on Monday. However, he did not use the word 'Rohingya' as in the past.

Myanmar: Thousands join protests in Yangon after military coup

Nay Pyi Taw/Sputnik, February 6: Several thousand people took to the streets in Myanmar’s largest city of Yangon on Saturday to participate in the first mass protest against the military rule since the recent coup, media reported.

Bangladesh wants to see peace and stability in Myanmar

Dhaka, February 2: Bangladesh has expressed hope that the democratic process and constitutional system will be upheld in Myanmar. The country's military has declared a state of emergency for a year after the capture of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior leaders on Monday.

Myanmar political crisis: Military announces emergency situation for a year, Aung San Suu Kyi detained

Naypyidaw/UNI, February 1: Myanmar’s military announced an emergency situation in the country for the period of one year after the detention of State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, as well as President Win Myint and other members of the ruling party, the Xinhua news agency reports.

Bangladesh gives another list of 2,30,000 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar

Dhaka, January 13: The Bangladesh government has provided a list of 2,30,000 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar as part of the repatriation process. The list was handed over to the Myanmar ambassador in Dhaka on Monday, said Delwar Hossain, director general of the Myanmar wing of the foreign ministry.

Pakistan, China, North Korea among several other nations in US' religious freedom violation list

Dhaka, December 10: The United States of America has designated several nations, including China, Pakistan and North Korea, as countries of concern under the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 for 'engaging systematic, ongoing, egregious religious freedom violations'.

Netherlands, Sweden to keep up pressure on Myanmar to repatriate Rohingya refugees

Dhaka, December 9: The Netherlands and Sweden will continue to pressure Myanmar to repatriate the forcibly displaced Rohingya to their homeland Rakhine. This was stated by the ambassadors of the two countries.

Commonwealth to form large pool of lawyers to fight Rohingya genocide case

Dhaka, December 5: Patricia Scotland, secretary general of the Commonwealth, said her organization was looking for ways to help Gambia in the legal battle over the Rohingya genocide and that the Commonwealth would stand by Bangladesh, because, they have sheltered the largest number of forcibly displaced people in the world.

UN adopts resolution to resolve Rohingya crisis

Dhaka, November 19: A resolution was adopted for the fourth time by a large majority in the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly with the aim of resolving the Rohingya crisis urgently.

Japan to contact Myanmar for speedy repatriation of Rohingya

Dhaka, November 17: Naoki Ito, Japan's ambassador to Bangladesh, said Tokyo would work with Myanmar to expedite the repatriation of the forcibly displaced Rohingya to Bangladesh.

Xi Jinping visiting Myanmar, real face of China unveiled

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