Rohingya crisis: China backs Myanmar gov't efforts to 'safeguard stability'

Myanmar’s Crackdown on Rohingya Turning into Ethnic Cleansing

Myanmar’s Crackdown on Rohingya Turning into Ethnic Cleansing

"In our parliament, we have taken a resolution that Myanmar should take all their citizens back to their country and create a congenial atmosphere so that they can go back", Hasina said, according to Al-Jazeera. So these people, they belong to Myanmar.

Police stopped the group some distance from Myanmar's embassy.

"A humanitarian crisis is going on here", he said.

Rohingya crisis: China backs Myanmar gov't efforts to 'safeguard stability'

He continued, "Like many other nations, India is concerned about illegal migrants, in particular, with the possibility that they could pose security challenges, enforcing the laws should not be mistaken for lack of compassion". Another UNHCR shipment carried jerrycans, sleeping mats, tarps, blankets and kitchen sets.

Myanmar's president office says a committee has been formed to implement recommendations for improving the security and livelihoods of its ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority. Almost 30,000 Buddhist villagers have also been displaced, they say.

Suu Kyi's office said on Wednesday that she had cancelled her trip to the United Nations because of the crisis. We urge you to take decisive actions to stop the violence against innocent civilians and bring permanent peace in Rakhine state.

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Suu Kyi, now facing global condemnation for violence in the Rakhine state of Myanmar enjoyed widespread popularity ever since she waded through her political career to become the state counsellor of Myanmar. Even so, Suu Kyi - a Nobel Peace Prize laureate who spent 15 years under house arrest for opposing Myanmar's long-ruling military junta before winning a landslide election in 2015 - has insisted that unspecified "terrorists" and not the country's military are targeting the Rohingyas.

President Joko said the deployment of the Hercules aircraft would ensure that the aid could be delivered quickly. He and other officials including his foreign minister and military chief inspected the relief operation before its departure from Halim Air Base.

Ayatollah Khamenei said the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) should convene to discuss the crisis in Myanmar.

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The attacks triggered a sweeping military counter-offensive against the insurgents, who the government has described as terrorists.

Many of the Rohingya who flooded into refugee camps in Bangladesh told of Myanmar soldiers shooting indiscriminately, burning their homes and warning them to leave or die.

Amarpreet Singh, managing director, Khalsa Aid, as reported by Indian Express, said, "A camp can accommodate at least 50,000 people but in majority there are more than one lakh refugees".

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