TEHRAN, July 02 - U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres says he's heard "unimaginable accounts of killing and rape" from Rohingya refugees who have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh in the wake of violence since last August.
News ID: 25342 Publish Date : 2018/07/02
TEHRAN, February 1 - They are among more than five mass graves, all previously unreported, that have been confirmed by The Associated Press.
News ID: 18675 Publish Date : 2018/02/01
TEHRAN, September 22 - Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for the establishment of safe zones inside Myanmar to protect the Rohingya Muslims who are fleeing a government-sanctioned crackdown to seek refuge in her country.
News ID: 13139 Publish Date : 2017/09/22
TEHRAN, September 16 - The humanitarian situation in parts of Bangladesh sheltering hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees continues to deteriorate
News ID: 13005 Publish Date : 2017/09/16
TEHRAN, September 10 - Senior leaders of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states have stressed the importance of taking swift action to put an immediate end to the ongoing brutal violence against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
News ID: 12853 Publish Date : 2017/09/10
TEHRAN, September 8 -The Iranian head coach of the Myanmar men’s national football team has resigned from his post in a show of solidarity with Rohingya minority Muslims, whom are being subject to various forms of violence by extremist Buddhists and military forces in the Southeast Asian country.
News ID: 12793 Publish Date : 2017/09/08
TEHRAN, September 8 -Journalists who have toured villages in a crisis-stricken state in Myanmar have reported new fires burning in a village that has been abandoned by Rohingya Muslims, casting further doubt on government claims that the Muslims are burning down their own homes.
News ID: 12781 Publish Date : 2017/09/08
TEHRAN, September 7 - A group of British activists have marched in London to condemn Myanmar’s deadly crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
News ID: 12769 Publish Date : 2017/09/07
TEHRAN, June 30, YJC - Myanmar said it will refuse entry to the members of a United Nations fact-finding mission tasked with investigating allegations of crimes by Myanmar’s security forces against Rohingya Muslims.
News ID: 10806 Publish Date : 2017/06/30