Rohingya Refugee Crisis: ASEAN must coordinate rescue and tackle root causes of crisis

BURMESE ROHINGYA ORGANISATION UK (BROUK)
617 Romford Road, Manor Park , London E12 5AD
Tel: +44 2034892760, E-mail: rohingya@brouk.org.uk , web : www.brouk.org.uk
13th May 2015

Rohingya Refugee Crisis: ASEAN must coordinate rescue and tackle root causes of crisis

Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK today called on ASEAN member states to launch an urgent rescue operation for thousands of Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshis stranded in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, and also to address the root causes of the crisis by pressuring the government of Burma to end its policy of trying to drive the Rohingya out of Burma.
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Rescued Rohingyas boat people produced in Chittagong Court

Chittagong, Bangladesh:  82 Rohingyas separate from rescued 600 fortune seekers while being trafficked to Malaysia two days before, were sued to the Chittagong Chief Magistrate’s court for illegal entry into Bangladesh, on November 19, said Kazi Shahabuddin, Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Patenga Police Station.

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