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Walid Khan and Farhad Iqbal
Corona fear grips Rohingya campsMost of the Rohingyas in Cox's Bazaar are passing their days of anxiety over contracting Coronavirus as they are not ...
Md Shafiqul Islam
Coronavirus, new threat to Rohingya refugeesCOVID 19 or 'Novel Coronavirus' has not been previously identified in humans. The outbreak was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei, ...
WB provides $350mn for locals, Rohingyas in Cox’s BazarThe World Bank has approved $350 million in grant financing for three projects to help Bangladesh cope with one of ...
Observer Online Desk
WB offers $350m grant for locals, Rohingyas in Cox’s BazarThe World Bank has approved $350 million in grant financing for three projects to help Bangladesh cope with one of ...
Staff Correspondent
‘4G facilities in Rohingya camps should be resumed’The representatives of civil society demanded internet 4G facilities and other supports in various Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar to ...
Observer Online Desk
Race against time to prevent coronavirus outbreak in Rohingya campsThe sprawling Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar, hosts to more than 1.1 million forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals, are vulnerable to ...
The first confirmed case in Cox\'s Bazar exposes how our systems fail the most vulnerable
ATHENA RAYBURN
Covid-19 and the Rohingya refugee crisisThe first confirmed case in Cox's Bazar exposes how our systems fail the most vulnerableAll around the world, the numbers ...
Saudi to continue support to BD on Rohingya issue: EnvoyThe Saudi Arabian government will continue to provide its supports to accelerate the socio-economic development of Bangladesh and also to ...
Letter To the Editor
COVID-19: Looming threat in Rohingya campsDear SirMore than a million of Rohingya people reside in 34 refugee camps - four to five stay in a ...
Health officials say Bangladesh\'s overcrowded and unsanitary camps are dangerously prone to a coronavirus outbreak
Bertil Linter
Rohingya refugee camps a Covid-19 time bombHealth officials say Bangladesh's overcrowded and unsanitary camps are dangerously prone to a coronavirus outbreakAs Bangladesh confirms its first Covid-19 ...
Observer Online Desk
US for mounting more pressure on Myanmar for Rohingya repatriationUS Ambassador in Dhaka Earl Robert Miller today called for mounting more pressure on Myanmar to take back its Rohingya ...
Our Correspondent
Rohingya man hacked dead at Ukhiya COX'S BAZAR, Mar 12: A Rohingya man was hacked to death allegedly by miscreants in Ukhiya Upazila of the district ...
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