UN: Attacks in Myanmar's Rakhine state could be 'war crimes'
The UN has said it has "credible reports" of recent Rohingya civilian deaths and abductions at the hands of Myanmar's military in the state of Rakhine. The UN said the attacks "may constitute war crimes."
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.
How Myanmar can guarantee Rohingya security
DW spoke to U Aye Lwin, the national member of the Advisory Commission on Rakhine State, about how Myanmar can ensure the security of the Rohingya people returning to the country and how the international community can help in the process.
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.
Four Rohingya drown as refugee boat capsizes off Bangladesh
A small wooden fishing boat carrying dozens of Rohingya Muslims fleeing ethnic violence in Myanmar, capsized off the Bangladesh coast on Tuesday.
Rohingya child refugees vulnerable in Bangladesh camps
Nearly 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since August 2017.
Delhi’s Rohingya refugees under threat
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.
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh desperate for aid
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.