‘We Have Lost Everything’: Massive Fire Breaks Out at the World’s Largest Refugee Camp
The fire, which destroyed 2,000 shelters and displaced 12,000 people, has sparked renewed concerns about the safety of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar camps.
Child Refugees Killed on Highway After Hundreds Flee Immigration Detention Centre
Human rights groups say their detention was illegal, and are demanding clarity on why the refugees were held there in the first place.
‘Growth Fueled by Hate’: Facebook Sued for $150 Billion Over Myanmar Genocide
Two lawsuits claim the company prioritized engagement over safety, leading to the horrific atrocities perpetrated by the Myanmar military.
Rohingya Refugee Camps Are Being Set On Fire
A fire in the world’s largest refugee camp left 45,000 displaced last month.
Myanmar Coup Protesters Regret Silence Over Rohingya Genocide
Against backdrop of nationwide outrage after military’s power grab, some are grappling with their complicity in Rohingya suffering.
‘People Will Face More Violence’: Rohingya Refugees React to Myanmar Coup
They feared for their relatives still in Myanmar and worried about the prospect of ever returning home.
Rohingya Brides Thought They Were Fleeing Violence. Then They Met Their Grooms.
In a VICE World News investigation, Rohingya women share their harrowing stories of being sold to men in Kashmir.
Rohingya Dreams of Better Life Abroad Shattered After Mass Arrest in Myanmar
“Even an animal would not stay in that kind of trapped situation.”
Bangladesh Arrested a Photographer For Documenting Transfer of Refugees to an Island Settlement
Abul Kalam has been chronicling refugee life in Bangladesh for over a decade.
Sesame Street’s Rohingya Muppets Help Refugee Children Languishing in Camps
One rights group said the initiative champions the ethnic identity of the Rohingya people ‘on a global scale.’
Many Rohingya Refugees Say They Were Sent to Remote Island Settlement Against Their Will
Experts say Bhasan Char, or “Floating island”, is vulnerable to extreme weather conditions.
Myanmar’s Persecuted Rohingya Have an Unlikely New Ally
A shared desire for justice is bringing formerly divided Rohingya and Rakhine communities together, but there is a long way to go.