Bangladesh

Buddhists 'lured' to settle on Rohingya land

Observers say Myanmar authorities are carrying out methodical social engineering schemes in northern Rakhine State.

Buddhists 'lured' to settle on Rohingya land

Media

Rohingya fixer reports on refugee crisis

In part two of a series on journalism fixers, Al Jazeera talks to a Rohingya helping report on fellow refugees.

'I have no words to tell them': A Rohingya fixer

Bangladesh

Why was science fiction writer Zafar Iqbal attacked?

The stabbing has brought back memories of a series of fatal attacks against secular bloggers that occurred in 2015.

Bangladesh: Why was science fiction writer Zafar Iqbal attacked?

Rohingya

Tricked and trapped: Inside the Rohingya trade

After escaping violence in Myanmar, Rohingya women find themselves still vulnerable in Bangladesh's refugee camps.

Asia

'Miscommunication' blamed for Kathmandu plane crash

At least 49 die after US-Bangla Airlines lands in 'wrong direction' at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport.

Arts & Culture

New findings could rewrite Bangladesh's history

Sundarbans forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

New findings could rewrite Bangladesh's history

101 East

Brides and Brothels: The Rohingya Trade

Thousands of Rohingya girls continue to face sexual exploitation, forced marriage and trafficking in refugee camps.

Rohingya

Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing in Myanmar continues': UN

UN human rights envoy says it is 'inconceivable' that any Rohingya will be able to return to Myanmar in the near future.

Rohingya 'ethnic cleansing in Myanmar continues': UN

Rohingya

Rohingya refugees at risk of deadly monsoon rains

Tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees are at risk of death or serious injury when the seasonal monsoon rains fall on their camps in Bangladesh.

Asia

Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh: 'I believe they will suffer more'

Critics say the latest troop build-up on the Bangladesh border is a hostile message for the Rohingya and proof that repatriation to Myanmar is not an option.

Myanmar

Myanmar troops to Rohingya: Leave the 'no man's land'

Myanmar troops want Rohingya to leave border region, drawing sharp response from Bangladesh which hosts most refugees.

Bangladesh

Groups accuse Bangladesh army of sex assault cover-up

Protests highlight Chittagong Hill Tracts' Chakma population's anger at alleged sexual assault of two teenaged sisters.

Rights groups accuse Bangladesh army of covering up sex assault

Inside Story

Will a visit by Nobel laureates help Rohingya Muslims?

Three Nobel Peace Prize winners visit a refugee camp in Bangladesh to hear of their suffering.

Opinion

Rohingya crisis: a children's emergency of the highest order

As we enter the sixth month since this crisis erupted, thousands of Rohingya children are still living in fear.

Mark Pierce

by Mark Pierce
- Orla Murphy

Mark Pierce

Opinion

To stop climate change, we need to open borders

By tearing down the walls that separate the causes and consequences of climate change we can force constructive action.

Jason Hickel

by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel