Boat carrying more than 100 Rohingya refugees lands in Indonesia's Aceh
The Rohingya have for years sailed to countries such as Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia between November and April when the seas are calmer.
Nothing to do with meddling, rights group tells home minister on deportation of refugees
Lawyers for Liberty says Hamzah Zainudin has ‘entirely ignored’ the real issues at hand.
Don't interfere, Hamzah tells UNHCR on deportation of refugees
The home minister says any foreigners who violate Malaysia's laws will be sent back to their country of origin.
150 Myanmar asylum seekers deported despite dangers back home, sources say
They say the authorities plan to send back more despite the risk of arrest they face in their home country.
Foreign minister proposes OIC refugee education foundation
Saifuddin Abdullah says this is to design, facilitate and develop intervention in all relevant areas for the education of refugees.
US announces over US$170 million in humanitarian aid for Rohingya
More than a million Rohingya are living in squalid camps in southern Bangladesh comprising the world's largest refugee settlement.
Rights group slams proposal to close UN refugee office in Malaysia
Lawyers for Liberty says the protection of refugees and asylum seekers is not an issue that should be defined as foreign interference.
UNHCR cardholders told to register with information tracking system
Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin says only those who are registered in the TRIS system and have a special MyRC identity card can be considered for access to facilities provided by the government.
Who will champion the Rohingya?
The plight of the Rohingya is fast becoming a pressure cooker that no-one seems inclined to take off the stove.
Now, India backtracks on support for Rohingya refugees, says will deport them
The home ministry says 'illegal foreigners are to be kept in the detention centre till their deportation as per law'.
Rohingya refugees in India's capital to be given flats, security
As of early this year, an estimated 1,100 Rohingya lived in Delhi and another 17,000 elsewhere in India.
UK digital residence checks lock out refugees, slavery victims
Refugees and human trafficking survivors are being forced to choose between buying food or data to access an official digital identity check system for migrants, charities say, warning the scheme is putting vulnerable people at risk.