My Sinchew/ Refugees

Asean needs to change non-interference policy: analysts

Asean needs to change its policy of non-interference in the domestic issues of its members to resolve the problem of Rohingya oppression in Myanmar, said analysts.

Thai army officer wanted for migrant trafficking surrenders

A high-ranking Thai army officer wanted on human trafficking charges handed himself into police Wednesday, the first military figure in the junta-ruled kingdom to be arrested over the grim trade.

Taking the well trodden path of human traffickers

Bernama's Samantha Tan takes the well trodden human trafficking trail in the Malaysian-Thai border and shares the stories of the locals who had crossed paths with the illegal immigrants entering Malaysia.

Precarious limbo awaits Rohingya who make it to Malaysia

Malaysia is a beacon for ethnic Rohingya fleeing oppression and violence in Myanmar, but countless migrants like Mohammed Ismail are still searching for the promised land years after arriving.

Human trafficking mastermind identified

A week after the exposure of the human trafficking issue which drew the attention of various quarters, police today identified the mastermind behind the syndicate.

Perlis Forestry Department to rehabilitate jungle after exhumation of graves

The Perlis Forestry Department will rehabilitate parts of the jungle affected by the discovery of transit camps used by human trafficking syndicates, including via replanting of trees.

NGOs call for UN protection of Rohingyas

our NGOs today sent a memorandum calling on the United Nations to act immediately to protect the Rohingya community in Myanmar.

Obama calls on Myanmar to end 'discrimination' against Rohingya

President Barack Obama has urged Myanmar to end discrimination against its ethnic Rohingya minority if it wants to succeed in its democratic transition from decades of junta rule.

Senior Thai army officer wanted in migrant trafficking probe

An arrest warrant has been issued for a high-ranking army officer over human trafficking, Thai police said Tuesday, making him the first military figure in Thailand to be implicated in the grim trade in migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Rohingya migrants raped at Thai-Malaysia border camps: report

Muslim Rohingya women who were held at human-trafficking camps in Thailand and Malaysia were subjected to gang rapes by their captors, assaults that left at least two of them pregnant, a Malaysian media report said.


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