Inspiring! Myanmar facing lawsuit from the government of Gambia

In a highly unusual move, the West African nation of The Gambia on Monday filed a lawsuit against Myanmar, accusing it of perpetrating a genocide on ethnic Rohingya Muslims which forced hundreds of thousands to flee the Asian nation. The Gambia, with the full support of the 57-member Organization for Islamic Cooperation (OIC), filed the … Continue reading Inspiring! Myanmar facing lawsuit from the government of Gambia

Angelina Jolie: You have a right to freely practice your religion and co-exist

The events that unfolded in the aftermath of August 2017 showed us the best and worst of humankind that exist in our world today. In a matter of months, over 700,000 people were forced from their homes in Rakhine State into Bangladesh. A year and a half later, there are still refugees arriving today. While … Continue reading Angelina Jolie: You have a right to freely practice your religion and co-exist

2 Reuters journalists remanded by Myanmar judge over reports on Rohingya

Judge Ohn Myint has extended detention of two reporters with Reuters on allegations of violating the State Secrets Act. Ohn, who spoke during a court siting on Wednesday, said the accused persons will remain in custody until 10 January, stressing that the interrogation is still ongoing. Wa Lone, 31, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 27, were … Continue reading 2 Reuters journalists remanded by Myanmar judge over reports on Rohingya

Malnutrition is killing Rohingya children as thousands migrate to Bangladesh

The United Nations confirmed in a report that more than 3,000 desperate Rohingya refugees have crossed over to Bangladesh from Myanmar in the past two days. An agency of the world organization said their partners are working day and night to assist the tired and hungry immigrants by providing them with food, medication and shelter. “Most … Continue reading Malnutrition is killing Rohingya children as thousands migrate to Bangladesh