Fourteen Bangladeshi prisoners returned home

Teknaf, Bangladesh:  Fourteen Bangladeshi nationals were returned to Bangladesh from Burma on May 19 after finishing their jail terms, Nurul Aktar, a local from Teknaf town said. Read more ›

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The genuine humanitarian spirit of Filipinos

By Aman Ullah

“You save one’s soul, you save humanity”, A great Filipino

Thousands of Rohingya migrants remain stranded in the Andaman Sea, while authorities around the region refuse to take them in. Read more ›

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Seven Bangladeshis rescued off Burma coast

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Seven Bangladeshis were rescued yesterday off Burma coast after they were thrown from a fishing trawler crowded with migrants heading to Malaysia, said Coast guard commander Dickson Chowdhury from Saint Martin.
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Letter from America: Thoughts on the upcoming Oslo Conference

By Dr Habib Siddiqui

In recent weeks, Rohingyas stranded in rickety boats in the Andaman Sea has caused international alarm. There are several thousand of these migrants in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia with dwindling supplies of food and water.
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These Rohingyas are not migrants, they are refugees

By Aman Ullah

“A refugee is a person who owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his/her nationality and is unable, or owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself/herself of the protection of that country.”1951 Geneva Convention

In the last week, there have been heart-breaking scenes of emaciated men, women and children reaching up to catch bottles of water thrown by journalists who had found them in the open seas off Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia.
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Can We Allow Fate of those in the SS St. Louis to Repeat?

By Dr Habib Siddiqui

In recent weeks, Rohingyas stranded in rickety boats in the seas of Southeast Asia has caused international alarm. There are several thousand of these migrants in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia with dwindling supplies of food and water. Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times calls it ‘a scene of a mass atrocity.’ If the seas will not kill them, starvation will.
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Bangladesh to join special meeting on human trafficking

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh has been invited to join a regional meeting on human trafficking and people smuggling issues to begin in Thailand on May 29, according to May 15, Financial Express of Bangladesh.  Read more ›

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