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New report shows 41 million displaced by conflict, tensions

The report released Friday focuses on internally displaced people, not refugees who have fled their home countries.

Rohingya refugee camps: Ground reality points at unlivable conditions with no drinking water or healthcare

The Indian Express visited four settlements, including these two in Delhi, Mewat and Faridabad and what came to light were tales of women being denied reproductive rights and children suffering from malnutrition and diarrhoea.

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Tripura: Seven Rohingyas arrested from Kanchanjungha Express

Railway Protection Force (RPF) assistant Sub Inspector Laxman Debbarma said the Rohingya migrants were detained after security personnel found them behaving in a suspicious manner in the station premises.

India, Myanmar discuss human trafficking with focus on Rohingya

According to Home Ministry estimates, there are nearly 40,000 Rohingya Muslims spread across India, with the highest number in Jammu and Kashmir.

In first deportation, seven Rohingya in Assam to be handed over to Myanmar: Report

The process will begin by the deportation of seven migrants who were arrested in 2012 for entering India illegally and have been held in an Assam state prison. Police said the seven are likely to be handed over to Myanmar border guards on Thursday.

BSF pushing back refugees at border, Rohingya tell Supreme Court

Appearing for the applicants, two Rohingya refugees who are in camps in India, advocate Prashant Bhushan said the BSF had adopted a policy called “non-engagement” to prevent the influx of more refugees from Myanmar.

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Myanmar: Soldiers, villagers killed Rohingya in mass grave

The UN and other groups accuse the military of widespread atrocities against Rohingya, including killings, rapes and the burning of homes.

Amid influx of Rohingyas, Rajnath Singh says government is committed to protecting borders

The Home Minister will chair a meeting of chief ministers of states bordering Bangladesh in Kolkata on Thursday

Pope Francis says his defence of Rohingya got through in Myanmar

Pope Francis did not use the word Rohingya in public while on the first leg of the trip in Myanmar.

UN Chief asks Aung San Suu Kyi to allow return of Rohingya refugees

Over 6,00,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh from predominantly Buddhist Myanmar's Rakhine state since late August after large-scale violence

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Opinion | Why Is The Rohingya Refugee Crisis So Severe?

There are 16,500 Rohingya spread across several cities in India. Rohingya are all Muslims, and their presence has started melding into the country’s communal fault-line. Unsurprisingly, the BJP in Jammu was the first to raise demands that they be sent back.

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