ARSA rebels threaten Rohingya leaders who push for repatriation — Radio Free Asia

A grave is prepared for Muhib Ullah, a Rohingya leader who was assassinated in the Kutapalong camp in Bangladesh, Sept. 31, 2021. Credit: AP

Five years after hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled a brutal crackdown by Myanmar’s military, refugees stuck at camps in southeastern Bangladesh say they feel increasingly unsafe as ARSA rebels and armed criminal gangs are targeting community leaders for attack. Mohammed Jubair, who is among those leaders, says the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army has threatened

Family of slain Rohingya leader leaves Bangladesh for Canada — Radio Free Asia

Nasima Khatun, the widow of Rohingya activist Muhib Ullah, speaks to reporters at her home in a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, Sept. 30, 2021. Credit: BenarNews

Canada has actually agreed to provide sanctuary to 11 member of the family of a Rohingya rights activist who was assassinated at a refugee camp in Bangladesh last September, authorities in Dhaka and a human rights group said Friday. Nasima Khatun, the widow of Muhib Ullah, their 9 kids and the hubby of one of

Military and Arakan Army ceasefire at risk after weekend clashes in Myanmar — Radio Free Asia

Military and Arakan Army ceasefire at risk after weekend clashes in Myanmar — Radio Free Asia

Combating in between junta soldiers and members of the Arakan Army (AA) has actually resumed in Myanmars Rakhine state for the first time in more than a year after the military assaulted 2 of the ethnic armys bases over the weekend, an AA authorities source said Monday. A citizen of Rakhines Maungdaw area informed RFAs

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