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.
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.
Asean foreign ministers urged to keep Rohingya issue in sight
Special envoy of the United Nations secretary-general on Myanmar, Noeleen Heyzer, voices appreciation to Malaysia for hosting the largest Rohingya refugee population in Asean.
14 bodies found washed up on Myanmar beach
Although the full details remain unclear, the UNHCR say the boat reportedly left Sittwe in western Myanmar on May 19 and encountered rough waters, capsizing two days later.
Bangladesh detains 450 Rohingya celebrating Eid on beach
The detained Rohingya included refugees as young as 13 years old.
No lights or Raya celebration for Rohingya squatter family
There is not even enough money for food.
Be fair to all, including refugees, says mufti
Negeri Sembilan mufti Mohd Yusof Ahmad says Islam demands that its followers treat everyone fairly without considering their backgrounds.
Malaysia to issue its own refugee card, says home minister
Home Minister Hamzah Zainuddin says only the Malaysian authorities can decide whether refugees can remain in the country.
The ‘hungry’ and ‘dangerous’ refugees laying bare our hypocrisy
The general ignorance about refugees comes as no surprise, given the rantings of the home minister and the distribution of resources meant for fighting crime.
They are not a threat, says Kedah MB after cops’ description of escaped Rohingya refugees
Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor says criminals such as drug dealers are the real threat.