Rohingya to face trial in Indonesia
Police have named 18 Rohingya refugees as suspects for the deaths of eight Buddhists in an immigration detention centre, and say they will face trial in Indonesia.
Refugee fire victims ‘suffering trauma’
Umpiem official says many of the estimated 3,000 victims of a fire last week 'lost everything except the clothes they were wearing'
Burmese troops nab govt employee
Local administrator in Kachin state detained on 5 January by soldiers on allegations he has links to Kachin Independence Army
One refugee’s indefinite nightmare in Australia
Sayad fled a witch hunt in both Burma and Malaysia and is now being held in indefinite detenton in Australia, a victim of the Gillard administration's controversial refugee policy
Floods destroy refugee huts, food stocks
Hundreds of houses destroyed in two refugee camps in western Thailand as days of heavy rain bring threat of landslides
The lives of others
As Australia signs off on a controversial deal to send 800 asylum seekers to be
Young and stateless
Around 28,000 refugees from the Rohingya minority in western Burma live in two official camps in
Dhaka says West fuelling Rohingya crisis
Bangladesh's food minister tells US official that pressure by western nations to register Rohingya refugees is 'keeping the problem alive'
Acute malnutrition among Rohingya ‘critical’
Aid group warns that Burmese refugees in Bangladeshi camps could face starvation if their situation is not properly addressed by international community
11,000 Burmese granted UN refugee status
Dec 3, 2009 (DVB), Refugee organisations have welcomed news that around 11,000 Burmese migrants in Malaysia
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