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Myanmar: 400 people dead from Cyclone Mocha in Rakhine state
17th May 2023

Myanmar: 400 people dead from Cyclone Mocha in Rakhine state

By SM Najmus Sakib   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA):  More than 400 people are dead in Myanmar’s Rakhine state from Cyclone Mocha, which made landfall Sunday on the coast between Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district and Myanmar Kyaukpyu township, a rights group said Wednesday. The Arakan Rohingya National Alliance (RNA) in a statement said that coastal villages […]

Bangladesh: Fire at Cox’s Bazar leaves 12,000 Rohingya refugees homeless
7th Mar 2023

Bangladesh: Fire at Cox’s Bazar leaves 12,000 Rohingya refugees homeless

​By Peter Kenny GENEVA (AA): A large fire that swept through a camp in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar has impacted around 12,000 Rohingya refugees, causing considerable damage at the world’s largest refugee camp, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said Monday. Around 2,000 shelters were destroyed in Sunday’s fire while many affected refugees lost all their […]

154 Rohingya drifting in Andaman Sea rescued, handed to Myanmar authorities
10th Dec 2022

154 Rohingya drifting in Andaman Sea rescued, handed to Myanmar authorities

By SM Najmus Sakib   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A group of Rohingya refugees, who had been drifting in a boat on the Andaman Sea along the Thailand coast, were rescued by a Vietnamese oil service vessel and handed to the Myanmar military government. The boat was floating in Thai territory. The Thai Navy went to […]

Rohingya killed by Myanmar’s mortar shells across border with Bangladesh
17th Sep 2022

Rohingya killed by Myanmar’s mortar shells across border with Bangladesh

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): One Rohingya was killed while six were injured late Friday by mortar shells allegedly thrown by the Myanmar army across the border with Bangladesh, an official told Anadolu Agency. “We have been confirmed about one death and several injuries and we have been boosting security measures on the […]

International Court of Justice rejects Myanmar’s objections in Rohingya genocide case
23rd Jul 2022

International Court of Justice rejects Myanmar’s objections in Rohingya genocide case

By Peter Kenny GENEVA (AA): The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Friday rejected Myanmar’s preliminary objections in a Rohingya genocide case brought by Gambia. In its judgment, which is final and without appeal, the ICJ unanimously rejected the first, second, and third preliminary objections raised and the fourth objection with one dissenting vote. Myanmar’s […]

Rights body urges Bangladesh not to force Rohingya to move to island
31st Jan 2022

Rights body urges Bangladesh not to force Rohingya to move to island

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Human rights watchdog Fortify Rights urged Bangladesh on Sunday not to pressure Rohingya Muslim refugees to move to a remote island in the southern Bay of Bengal. “The Bangladesh government should prevent coercive and involuntary transfers of Rohingya refugees from mainland camps to the isolated and flood-prone island […]

Bangladesh: Popular Rohingya leader gunned down in Cox’s refugee camp
30th Sep 2021

Bangladesh: Popular Rohingya leader gunned down in Cox’s refugee camp

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A prominent Rohingya leader was shot dead in a refugee camp in southern Bangladesh on Wednesday night. Mohibullah, head of the Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights, was gunned down outside his office in the Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar, a witness told Anadolu Agency. “Seven […]

Rights body accuses Myanmar of harassing Muslims, setting mosque on fire
26th Jun 2021

Rights body accuses Myanmar of harassing Muslims, setting mosque on fire

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A UK-based rights group accused the Myanmar military junta of harassing minority Muslims and setting a mosque on fire. “A fire in a mosque in Ahlone Township, Yangon, is the latest incident of violence against Muslims and other minorities in Burma by the illegitimate military regime,” the Burma […]

Rohingya urge Myanmar shadow govt to keep promise, denounce role in past
5th Jun 2021

Rohingya urge Myanmar shadow govt to keep promise, denounce role in past

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Members of the Rohingya community expressed a cautious response to a declaration of Policy Position on the Rohingya in Rakhine State by the National Unity Government (NUG), an anti-coup shadow government in Myanmar. The exile government that was formed in April, issued the policy on Thursday for the […]

Myanmar: Muslims form multi-ethnic consultative committee
31st May 2021

Myanmar: Muslims form multi-ethnic consultative committee

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Muslims in Myanmar from various ethnic backgrounds have formed the Muslims of Myanmar Multi-ethnic Consultative Committee (MMMCC) to restore democracy and justice in the country and protect the legitimate rights of all Muslim ethnic groups in the country, according to official sources. The committee will work to achieve […]

Indonesia, UK strengthen bilateral ties & call for end to violence in Myanmar
8th Apr 2021

Indonesia, UK strengthen bilateral ties & call for end to violence in Myanmar

By Devina Halim   JAKARTA, Indonesia (AA):- Indonesia and the UK on Wednesday urged Myanmar’s military to avoid coercive tactics in dealing with protests against the Feb. 1 coup and instead engage in dialogue to restore peace and stability in the country. Indonesia and UK also agreed for strengthening bilateral ties in health, economy, defense, […]

Jammu & Kashmir: 2 dozen Rohingya shacks gutted in fire
6th Apr 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: 2 dozen Rohingya shacks gutted in fire

By Hilal Mir   SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA): At least two dozen shacks belonging to Rohingya refugees were burned in an overnight fire in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, a leader of the persecuted community said on Monday. Salamat Ullah told Anadolu Agency that a school and mosque were among the gutted structures, while […]

Myanmar’s military seizes power, declares emergency
1st Feb 2021

Myanmar’s military seizes power, declares emergency

By Merve Berker and Busra Selvi Ogutcen   (AA): Myanmar’s military announced Monday that it has seized power and will rule the country for at least one year after detaining its top political leaders. The military declared a state of emergency, detaining State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, President Win Myint and other senior members […]

Rohingya case on genocide face delay at The Hague
25th Jan 2021

Rohingya case on genocide face delay at The Hague

​​​​​​​By Riyaz ul Khaliq (AA): A final decision at the UN’s top court in the legal battle against Myanmar for the alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims could be delayed, as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is first set to rule on objections filed by Myanmar. A legal summary prepared by the New York-based Global […]

Bangladesh urged to halt Rohingya relocation to remote island
6th Dec 2020

Bangladesh urged to halt Rohingya relocation to remote island

By Md. Kamruzzaman DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A Europe-based Rohingya rights group on Saturday expressed concern over Bangladesh’s plan to relocate more than 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a remote island. “We urge the international community, including the newly elected United States administration, South Asian nations, civil society groups and international organizations to help and persuade the […]

Rohingya Muslims raise funds for Buddhists displaced by Myanmar army
3rd Oct 2020

Rohingya Muslims raise funds for Buddhists displaced by Myanmar army

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Despite their own hardships, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have donated funds to help Buddhists displaced due to the ongoing conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, Rohingya community leaders said on Friday. Nearly 200,000 people, mostly Buddhist civilians, have been displaced across Rakhine state since late 2018 when clashes started […]

Myanmar: Deep reforms must end vicious violence against Rohingya minority
31st Aug 2020

Myanmar: Deep reforms must end vicious violence against Rohingya minority

By Merve Aydogan   (AA): The International Crisis Group (ICG) has called for dialogue and deep reform to address issues of citizenship, improve the administrative structure, and rein in the increasing violence in Myanmar. Ethnicity and conflict are inextricably linked in Myanmar, creating a vicious cycle of violence that continues to escalate, the Brussels-based organization […]

Myanmar: Soldiers’ court-martial latest sham, say Rohingya groups
5th Jul 2020

Myanmar: Soldiers’ court-martial latest sham, say Rohingya groups

By Md. Kamruzzaman   DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): Rohingya rights groups have denounced the recent court-martial of three Myanmar army officers as “a miscarriage of justice” and another of the country’s “sham attempts” to mislead the international community. The three officers were convicted on June 29 for the 2017 massacre of Rohingya people in the Gu […]

Malaysia, Thailand urged to rescue stranded Rohingya Muslims
12th Jun 2020

Malaysia, Thailand urged to rescue stranded Rohingya Muslims

By Riyaz ul Khaliq   (AA): Malaysia and Thailand were urged on Friday to rescue the stranded Rohingya Muslims with immediate aid and access to asylum. In a statement, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Malaysian authorities had detained 269 Rohingya refugees who arrived on a damaged boat off Malaysia’s coast at Langkawi last Monday. […]

Myanmar Muslims offer mosques to help fight coronavirus
25th Mar 2020

Myanmar Muslims offer mosques to help fight coronavirus

By Kyaw Ye Lynn   YANGON, Myanmar (AA): The Muslim community in Myanmar on Wednesday called for a unity in fighting the coronavirus as the country reported three positive cases of COVID-19, so far. Tin Maung Than, secretary of Islamic Religious Affairs Council Myanmar, said thousands of mosques across the country could be used in […]

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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