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POLITICS

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Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar, Radicalisation, Bangladesh

Why Rohingyas continue to dominate headlines

Security analysts reckon that most of the Rohingya refugees are vulnerable to radicalisation.

POLITICS

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Supreme Court, BJP, Myanmar, Rohingya refugee crisis

Fire in Delhi Rohingya camp: Why India must step up

The Supreme Court is facing the daunting task of balancing humanitarian and national security concerns.

POLITICS

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Myanmar, Buddhists, Sri Lanka, Anti-Muslim attacks

Why anti-Muslims attacks in Sri Lanka have shades of Myanmar

The Muslim leadership in the island nation has described the latest incidents as unprecedented and are not ruling out further spurt in violence in future.

POLITICS

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China, Russia, Myanmar, Rohingyas

As 2017 ends, Rohingya crisis is far from over

UN special rapporteur has called for pressure on China, Russia over abuses on Rohingyas in Myanmar.

POLITICS

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Aung San Suu Kyi, Bangladesh, UN, Myanmar

Will Aung San Suu Kyi face genocide charges over Rohingya crisis?

Top UN official has toughened stance over Myanmar's actions.

POLITICS

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Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Rohingyas

Why Bangladesh took in the Rohingya Muslims

PM Sheikh Hasina and the common people have shown uncommon courage and humanity.

POLITICS

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Bangladesh, Lashkar, ISIS, Rakhine

Everything you didn't know about Rohingya Islamist violence

Contrary to popular perception, the violence began even before Myanmar gained independence in 1948.

POLITICS

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Kashmir, Minorities, Rohingya Muslims, Myanmar

How Myanmar has a long history of brutality against minorities

In the 1960s, General Ne Win expropriated the property of Indians who had been living in the country for generations.

POLITICS

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Taslima Nasreen, Sheikh Hasina, Myanmar, Bangladesh

Taslima Nasreen writes to Sheikh Hasina: Why do you weep for Rohingyas, but not for me?

You have banished me from Bangladesh, have no sympathy for assassinated atheist bloggers, yet you have opened the doors for the foreign refugees.

POLITICS

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Rakhine, Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar, Rohingyas

India can't ignore Rohingya Muslim crisis

It demands New Delhi fulfil its obligations as a natural regional power and one lobbying for a permanent seat at the United Nations Security Council.