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ICC gives Myanmar deadline over Rohingya case jurisdiction
Judges at the International Criminal Court have given Myanmar a deadline to respond to a prosecution request that they consider hearing a case on the alleged deportation of Rohingya minorities to Bangladesh.
Officials struggle to protect Rohingya refugees
International aid agencies and Bangladesh authorities are struggling to protect hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees against deadly monsoon landslides and floods ahead of the peak rainy season expected in July.
Landslides kill 12 as monsoon batters Rohingya refugees
Landslides triggered by monsoon rains killed at least 12 people Tuesday in Bangladesh near camps housing one million Rohingya refugees, officials said.
Rohingya victims seek ICC probe into Myanmar atrocities
Hundreds of Rohingya victims have appealed to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to grant prosecutors jurisdiction to probe deportation of Muslims from Myanmar’s Rakhine state to neighboring Bangladesh.
Bangladesh lawyers working to refer Myanmar to ICC on behalf of Rohingya
A group of lawyers working on behalf of hundreds of Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh is pushing for Myanmar’s military to be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for widespread violence against the Muslims.
Rohingya villagers forced into hiding after speaking to UN delegation
Myanmar’s military agencies have reportedly targeted Rohingya Muslim villagers that spoke to a United Nations Security Council delegation in Rakhine last week, prompting them to go into hiding.
Rohingya in Bangladesh vulnerable to incoming monsoon
Rohingya refugees are facing fresh turmoil as the monsoon season fast approaches in Bangladesh.
UK envoy demands ‘proper investigation’ into Rohingya crisis
Myanmar must carry out a "proper investigation" into alleged crimes against the country's minority Rohingya population, Britain's ambassador to the United Nations said.
UK envoy demands ‘proper investigation’ into Rohingya crisis
Myanmar must carry out a "proper investigation" into alleged crimes against the country's minority Rohingya population, Britain's ambassador to the United Nations said.
UN urges Myanmar to 'properly' probe atrocities against Rohingya
A UN Security Council envoy says Myanmar must conduct a "proper investigation" into alleged atrocities against the persecuted Rohingya Muslims in northwestern state of Rakhine.
UN team in Bangladesh pledges to work to end Rohingya crisis
A UN Security Council team visiting Bangladesh promised Sunday to work hard to resolve a crisis involving hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who have fled to the country to escape military-led violence in Myanmar.
Myanmar urges repatriation of Rohingya ahead of monsoon season
Myanmar's Social Welfare Minister Win Myat Aye says repatriation of Rohingya Muslims who fled persecution in the country to Bangladesh should start as soon as possible due to the coming monsoon season.
Myanmar announces return of first Rohingya family
Myanmar's government said it has repatriated the first family of Rohingya refugees, among the 700,000 who fled a brutal crackdown, but the move was slammed by rights groups as a publicity stunt which ignored warnings over the security of returnees.
UN blacklists Myanmar military for sexual abuse of Rohingya population
A report by the United Nations has blacklisted Myanmar’s military for carrying out widespread sexual violence as a strategy to terrorize the Rohingya Muslim population and to drive them out of the land they lived in western Myanmar.
Myanmar not ready for return of Rohingya Muslims, says UNHCR
The UN refugee agency has said that conditions in Myanmar are not ready for the return of persecuted Rohingya Muslims who fled to neighboring Bangladesh following a military crackdown in Rakhine state last year.

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