In Myanmar, over a million people have no idea about COVID-19
In the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar, more than a million people are unaware of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world due to a government-sanctioned internet shutdown that began a year ago.
Bangladesh: Prostitution in Refugee Camps
Life is grim for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh's sprawling camps. They are not allowed to work and are reduced to begging. Many women turn to the sex industry, while others are lured into prostitution abroad by empty promises of jobs and marriage.
Bangladesh to UN: 'Support Rohingya island relocation or leave the country'
In an interview with DW, Bangladesh's Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen expressed disappointment over "inadequate" international pressure on Myanmar to take back the Rohingya refugees currently camped in Cox's Bazar.
Islam fills the education vacuum for refugee Rohingya children
Islam fills the education vacuum for refugee Rohingya children.
Rohingya reject relocation to Bangladesh's island 'prison camp'
Bangladeshi authorities say they are ready to move some 100,000 Rohingya refugees to houses on a remote island in the Bay of Bengal.
Nobel laureates met Rohingya refugees
Over 680,000 Rohingya people have fled Myanmar since the summer of 2017. Three Nobel Peace Prize laureates met Rohingya refugees at the Rohingya refugee camps Cox's Bazar.
Rohingya return plan met with doubt in refugee camps
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.
Reuters Pictures of the Year 2017
The most memorable pictures taken by Reuters photographers around the world this year, including Donald Trump’s presidency, the Rohingya refugee crisis, the fight against Islamic State and the total solar eclipse across the United States.