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24 Oct 2018
The Oktoberfest in Munich may be over, but across the globe hundreds of mini-Oktoberfests are catering to those who want to enjoy a little taste of German culture and traditions. Even Yangoon in Myanmar celebrates it’s own two-day Oktoberfest.
20 Oct 2018
The Oktoberfest in Munich may be over, but across the globe hundreds of mini-Oktoberfests are catering to those who want to enjoy a little taste of German culture and traditions. Even Yangon in Myanmar celebrates its own two-day Oktoberfest.
4 Feb 2018
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has called for a quick and peaceful solution to one of the world's largest refugee crised unfolding Bangladesh and Myanmar. Widodo was speaking after a visit to refugee camps, where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have been living in makeshift tents after fleeing a military crackdown in Myanmar.
19 Jan 2018
As Bangladesh and Myanmar agree to complete the return of Rohingya Muslims who fled an army crackdown in Myanmar, many refugees are expressing doubts about the terms of their return.
2 Dec 2017
Pope Francis had an emotional meeting with Muslim refugees from Myanmar in Bangladesh on Friday, calling for them to be respected.
15 Oct 2017
The humanitarian crisis over Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority is worsening as India threatens to deport Rohingya refugees. DW’s Sonia Phalnikar revisited one refugee in Delhi to see how he’s been coping with the situation.
7 Oct 2017
The United Nations is bracing for a possible “further exodus” of Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh six weeks after the world’s fastest-developing refugee emergency began, its humanitarian aid chief says.
24 Sep 2017
More than 400,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh in the past weeks. In addition to the violence in Myanmar the refugees now have to cope with monsoon rains. The growing humanitarian crisis poses a huge challenge to Bangladeshi authorities.
21 Sep 2017
For many years, activist and blogger Nay San Lwin has been documenting torture and subjugation faced by Rohingyas in Myanmar.
16 Sep 2017
Video footage taken by Muslim refugee fleeing from Myanmar shows Maungdaw villages geting burnt.
10 Sep 2017
Rohingya Muslim insurgents in Myanmar have declared a one-month unilateral ceasefire to ease the humanitarian crisis in northern Rakhine state
10 Sep 2017
Turkish President Tayyip Erodgan met the leaders of Iran, Venezuela and Bangladesh in Kazakhstan's capital, Astana on the sidelines of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit where the plight of Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar topped the agenda.

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