Suu Kyi seeks support over Rakhine crisis

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is attending the Asean meetings in Singapore this week, in which she will seek support from her Asian allies in dealing with the country's Rakhine crisis. She especially wants the members of the regional bloc to back her government's efforts to resettle the returning Muslim refugees -- who have fled the violence in the country's strife-torn Western region -- and to be involved in the country's future reconciliation efforts.

Myanmar prepares for first Rohingya returnees, but UN warns against rushing Myanmar prepares for first Rohingya returnees, but UN warns against rushing

Myanma­r denies allega­tions genoci­de and ethnic cleans­ing, saying securi­ty forces were battli­ng terror­ists

Rohingya repatriation all but certain to begin Thursday Rohingya repatriation all but certain to begin Thursday

It is all but certain that the much-talked about repatriation of Rohingyas, who had to take shelter in Cox’s Bazar to escape from the unprecedented atrocities orchestrated by Myanmar security forces, local Buddhist mobs and people from other ethnic groups in Rakhine, will begin on Thursday, multiple…

Bangladesh to blame if Rohingya returns delayed: Myanmar

Myanmar: Bangladesh to Start Repatriating Rohingya Thursday

Government handout says an initial group of 2,251 would be sent back from mid-November at a rate of 150 per day

Statement by UN High Commissioner for Refugees on the repatriation of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar

UNHCR supports the voluntary and sustainable repatriation of Rohingya refugees in safety and in dignity to their places of origin or choice, and will work

Aid agencies give warning as Myanmar and Bangladesh begin return of ‘terrified’ refugees to Rahkine state

‘Time not ripe for Rohingya repatriation’

TEHRAN _ Bangladesh and Myanmar should shelve plans of repatriating hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees to Rakhine State as they face a “high risk of persecution”, a top United Nations' human rights investigator has warned.

‘Can’t eat, can’t sleep’: Rohingya on Myanmar repatriation list - Nation | The Star Online ‘Can’t eat, can’t sleep’: Rohingya on Myanmar repatriation list

FOR Nurul Amin, a Rohingya Muslim living in a refugee camp in Bangladesh, the days since learning he and his family were among a group of people set to potentially be repatriated to Myanmar have been among the most frightening since they fled their home.

Myanmar denies border shooting as Rohingya repatriation date nears

YANGON - Myanmar on Saturday denied allegations of a cross-border shooting that raised tensions with Bangladesh ahead of a scheduled start date for the repatriation of Rohingya refugees.

A plan to start repatriating Rohingya Muslims back to Myanmar is premature and the refugees are "terrified" about leaving Bangladesh where they sought refuge, dozens of aid agencies working in the region said Friday.