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YANGON (Reuters) - Yarzar Tun's whole family backed Myanmar's Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi in the landslide 2015 election that swept her to power. As fighting this year in western Rakhine state crept closer to his home, he decided he would not vote for her again.
GENEVA, Oct 23 (AFP): International donors on Friday morning stumped up an additional US$597 million in humanitarian aid for Rohingya refugees languishing in camps in Bangladesh after they fled ethnic violence in Myanmar.
(Reuters) - International donors pledged nearly $600 million to support displaced Rohingya on Thursday, succeeding in bridging a huge gap in funding for hundreds of thousands of refugees.
(Reuters) - A global virtual international donor conference to raise urgently needed humanitarian aid for Rohingya refugees will be held on Oct. 22, co-hosted by the United States, the European Union, the United Kingdom, and the United Nations.
Datuk Yasmin Yusuff, Angela Karto and Tan Wan Jia find fulfillment in making time to help the needy.
YANGON, Sept 18, (AFP): Rohingya groups around the world displayed a rare show of solidarity on Thursday with Myanmar's ethnic Rakhine, who they say are suffering "horrifically familiar" war crimes and atrocities at the hands of the military.
The startling confession by two soldiers on the Rohingya persecution, notably executions, mass burials, rape and obliteration of villages is an unprecedented development that could wreck Aung San Suu Kyi's party's re-election.
KEPALA BATAS: Penang police have crippled a drug syndicate here following the arrest of eight suspects, including its mastermind, and the seizure of drugs worth almost RM100,000 in Ujong Batu.
YANGON, June 27 (Reuters): Thousands of villagers have fled their homes in Myanmar’s Rakhine state after a local administrator warned dozens of village leaders that the army planned "clearance operations” against insurgents, a lawmaker and a humanitarian group said.
(Reuters) - Thousands of villagers have fled their homes in Myanmar’s Rakhine state after a local administrator warned dozens of village leaders that the army planned “clearance operations” against insurgents, a lawmaker and a humanitarian group said.