Mujib Ullah and Mohammad Fahid are two of hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas who have fled Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh since August 2017. They fled burning villages, systematic rape and arbitrary killings.
In 1988, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi became the face of a popular democracy movement in Myanmar. Thirty years on, the Southeast Asian country has a democratic government, but there is much to be desired.
As Bangladesh fears it will be left alone with over 1 million Rohingya refugees, DW spoke with Minister of State Niels Annen from the German Foreign Ministry about how the international community can solve the crisis.
Over four million people in the Indian state of Assam have been stripped of their citizenship, with rights groups claiming the government is targeting Muslims by using the pretext of tackling Bangladeshi immigrants.
Senior Myanmar military officials should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity, rights group Amnesty International said in a new report that reveals fresh evidence of atrocities committed against the Rohingya people.
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