For Nurul Amin, a Rohingya Muslim living in a refugee camp in Bangladesh, the days since learning he and his family were among a group of people set to potentially be repatriated to Myanmar have been among the most frightening since they fled their home.

Rohingya repatriation to proceed despite objections, Myanmar says Rohingya repatriation to proceed despite objections, Myanmar says

Myanmar will carry out the repatriation of Rakhine refugees scheduled to start in mid-November despite objections against the plan by some international organisations, a Foreign Ministry official said. U Aung Kyaw Zan, deputy permanent secretary of the Foreign Affairs Ministry said the repatriation…

Aid groups say Rohingya 'terrified' about Myanmar repatriation

Read more about Boat movement rises as Rohingya flee Myanmar, Bangladesh to reach Malaysia on Business Standard. One boat attempted to set sail from the southern coast of Bangladesh on Wednesday, while several vessels left Rakhine state in western Myanmar

Rohingyas Flee Camps and Board Boats to Malaysia

For years, Rohingya on both sides of the border have boarded boats organised by smugglers in the dry months between November and March, when the sea is calm. The perilous journey to Thailand and Malaysia, often undertaken in overcrowded, rickety vessels, has cost many lives.

Bangladesh silent on Canadian offer to take Rohingya refugees: Officials

More than 700,000 Muslim Rohingya crossed into Bangladesh from Buddhist-majority Myanmar, U.N. agencies say, after Rohingya insurgent attacks on Myanmar security forces in August 2017 were followed by a sweeping military response.

UN expert urges Bangladesh, Myanmar to halt rushed plans for Rohingya repatriation. A UN human rights expert has implored Bangladesh to shelve "rushed plans" to repatriate Rohingya refugees back across the border into Myanmar's troubled Rakhine State for fear that without safety guarantees from Nay Pyi Daw, persecution and horrific violence could begin all over again.

Refugees 'terrified' about Myanmar repatriation: Aid agencies. A plan to start repatriating Rohingya Muslims back to Myanmar is premature and the refugees are "terrified" about leaving Bangladesh where they sought refuge, dozens of aid agencies working in the region said Friday.

Dozens of Rohingya flee camps by boat, reviving memories of 2015 tragedy

YANGON/COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Dozens of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and Bangladesh have boarded boats to try to reach Malaysia, officials and aid workers said on Thursday, raising fears of a fresh wave of such dangerous voyages after a 2015 crackdown on people smugglers. One boat attempted

Days ahead of repatriation, Rohingyas in Bangladesh are anxious about security, citizenship status

Rohingya refugees have asked Myanmar for assurances. Though these are yet to come and despite UN concerns, Dhaka is proceeding with its plan.

Police are interrogating six people suspected of human trafficking after Bangladeshi guards separately rescued nearly 50 Rohingya refugees from boats headi