200,000 Rohingya rally to mark ‘Genocide Day’ in Bangladesh camps | AFP

Some 200,000 Rohingya rally in the Bangladesh Kutupalong refugee camp to mark two years since they fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar forces, just days after a second failed attempt to repatriate the refugees. IMAGES

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Myanmar’s Rohingya | AFP Animé

Two years after the start of the influx of Rohingya refugees from Burma to Bangladesh, hostility has increased. Videographic on the Rohingyas. VIDEOGRAPHIC

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Move over Angelina Jolie, it’s ‘humanitarian pup’ | AFP

With interest in the Rohingya refugees fading two years after they fled their homeland, the World Food Programme has found a new weapon to maintain awareness – one with a wet nose and a wagging tail.

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Welcome wears thin for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh | AFP

When hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled Myanmar into Bangladesh two years ago, local communities were mostly welcoming. Today that welcome has worn thin, and resentment, anger and fear are creeping in.

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Rohingya youth shares his story on social media | AFP

Budding photographer Mohammad Rafiq who fled to Bangladesh in August 2017 after a military crackdown in Myanmar, uses his mobile phone to record the daily lives of nearly one million stateless Rohingya in a vast camp in southern Bangladesh.

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Arrest warrant issued for Myanmar firebrand monk Wirathu

Myanmar police issued an arrest warrant Tuesday evening for an ultra-nationalist monk known as the “Buddhist Bin Laden” for his vitriol against Islam and particularly the Rohingya Muslim community. Wirathu has long been the face of the country’s Buddhist nationalist movement, notorious for espousing hate against the Rohingya minority.

Freedom: Myanmar Reuters journalists get out of jail

Two Reuters journalists who had been jailed for their reporting on the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar walked out of prison Tuesday, freed in a presidential amnesty after a global campaign for their release. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were mobbed by media as they stepped out of Yangon’s notorious Insein prison after their lengthy detention.