Child killed in shooting at Rohingya camp
Her sister-in-law was also wounded after a group of assailants began firing indiscriminately at residents of a settlement in Ukhiya
3 Rohingya dead, 45 rescued after boat sinks off Teknaf
The bodies of three Rohingya women floated up on Tuesday afternoon after the boat capsized
Extended family of slain Mohib Ullah move to Canada
Earlier this year, eleven members of Mohib Ullah’s immediate family, including his bereaved wife, nine children and a son-in-law moved to the North American country as ‘refugees’
Court opens trial in murder of Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah
Twenty-nine people are indicted over the killing of the prominent Rohingya rights advocate, who was gunned down in a refugee camp last year
Rohingya desperate to leave Bangladesh camps and go home
Bangladesh is sheltering more than a million of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority, who were forcibly displaced from their homeland where they are mostly denied citizenship and other rights
Can Chinese FM's visit to Dhaka break Rohingya impasse?
With each passing year, the socio-economic toll of sheltering over a million refugees is growing, but repatriation remains elusive
Police press charges against 29 over murder of Rohingya activist Mohib Ullah
Police have pressed formal charges against 29 suspects in the murder of Mohammad Mohib Ullah, a civilian leader of Myanmar's forcibly displaced Rohingya community, in Cox's Bazar.
Family of slain Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah leaves for Canada amid safety fears
Eleven members of the family of Mohib Ullah, a Rohingya leader who was shot dead in Cox's Bazar, have set off for Canada amid growing concerns about their safety in the refugee settlement.
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