Bangladesh

Sanitary pads and panties: Rohingya women working to help others

Access to hygiene products has been made possible as Rohingya women in Kutupalong refugee camp produce pads and panties.

Sanitary pads and panties: Rohingya women working to help others

Bangladesh

Bangladesh photographer remains in jail; protests at UN

Shahidul Alam remains locked in Dhaka jail for more than 50 days as calls for his release reach United Nations summit.

'Jail can't break his spirit': Bangladesh photographer's wife

Bangladesh

Bangladesh ex-chief justice says he was 'forced out'

In his memoir Surendra Kumar Sinha, who now lives in Canada, details the circumstances that led to his resignation.

Bangladesh: Ex-chief justice alleges he was 'forced' to resign'

Human Rights

Report blames Myanmar army for 'large-scale' attacks on Rohingya

US State Department report could be used to justify further US sanctions against Myanmar authorities.

Report blames Myanmar army for 'large-scale' attacks on Rohingya

Human Rights

ICC opens probe into crimes against Rohingya

The International Criminal Court has initiated a preliminary investigation into alleged crimes against the Rohingya.

ICC opens probe into crimes against Rohingya

In the Field

Voices From Assam: India's Four Million Unwanted

Al Jazeera travels to Assam to speak to those facing an uncertain future and challenge the NRC on its citizenship list.

Asia

Rohingya crisis: Environmental issues add to humanitarian woes

Hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar are in Bangladeshi camps where resources are scarce.

Asia

Traditional Rohingya midwives helping pregnant refugees

In Bangladesh, 130 community healthcare workers have been recruited by UNFPA from among the Rohingya.

Asia

Rohingya children struggle to get most basic education

Charity trying to give the young refugees education after Myanmar banned them from school.

Reporter's Notebook

Rohingya refugees made permanent: A cycle repeated

New infrastructure in Bangladesh's Rohingya camps, coupled with a stalled repatriation deal, spell out a permanent stay for refugees.

Rohingya refugees made permanent: A cycle repeated

Rohingya

One year since Myanmar army crackdown, Rohingya seek justice

Refugees living in Bangladesh camps protest and demand rights, 12 months after fleeing Myanmar army's brutal crackdown.

Opinion

The Rohingya's dark anniversary must spur global action

It is not enough to end the violence against the Rohingya. Far more must be done to ensure their safety in Myanmar.

Tun Khin

by Tun Khin

Tun Khin

Asia Pacific

Rohingya demand justice a year after fleeing Myanmar

Al Jazeera speaks to one Rohingya activist who is urging fellow Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar to begin demanding their rights and seek justice one year on from attacks that sent them fleeing to safety in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh

One year on: Do the Rohingya want to return to Myanmar?

Al Jazeera spoke with Rohingya living in refugee camps in Cox's Bazar about their thoughts on repatriation.

Rohingya crisis: One year on, do they want to return to Myanmar?

Rohingya

Rohingya camps: Vaccination campaigns fight epidemics

The WHO and its more than 100 partners have administered immunisation campaigns in Rohingya camps.

Rohingya camps: Vaccination campaigns fight epidemics