The World’s Biggest Refugee Camp Is Hit Hard by Monsoon Rains
This presents further complications to the Rohingya's vulnerable state.
A UN Official Compared Rohingya Living Conditions to Nazi Concentration Camps
“Let’s call it what it is,” he said.
Facebook in India Is Drowning in Anti-Muslim Hate Speech
In the social media platform's biggest market, Islamophobia is widespread.
Myanmar Tries to “whitewash” Its Rohingya Crimes By Jailing Journalists
“The court has rendered itself complicit in the government’s efforts to obscure the campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya."
One Year on, the Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh Has a New Problem
Dangers of drug addiction and early marriage among adolescents testify to a grim future of the community.
All photographs by Anisur Rahman.
Facebook hired outside group to investigate its role in spreading hate speech in Myanmar
Facebook and WhatsApp have been accused by the U.N. of spreading hate speech that led to ethnic violence against the Rohingya minority.
Two Reuters Journalists in Myanmar Face Prison for Reporting on the Rohingya Slaughter
“Although we are charged, we are not guilty.”
We Met the Australians Trying to Prosecute Aung San Suu Kyi For War Crimes
As Myanmar's state counsellor, the lawyers allege she's directly responsible for more than one million Rohingya people fleeing the country.
Mass Student Protests Planned Against Australia Training Myanmar's Military
The Turnbull Government will spend $400,000 on the Tatmadaw, which has been accused of ethnic cleansing against the country's Muslim Rohingya minority.
Myanmar's Metal Scene Stands Strong in the Midst of Political Upheaval
Metalcore is still king in capital city Yangon, but black and death metal are gaining ground in this troubled Southeast Asian political hotbed.
Hundreds of Children Under Five Slaughtered in One Month in Myanmar
The results of a survey by MSF paint a harrowing picture of the extent of Myanmar's brutal anti-Rohingya attacks.
These are the Rohingya Children Who Escaped Myanmar's 'Ethnic Cleansing'
Thousands of families in Cox's Bazar are now headed by children after their parents were killed on the other side of the border.