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Amnesty UK Nov 12
We honoured leader Aung San Suu Kyi with our Ambassador of Conscience award in 2009. Today, we withdraw it. Failure to speak out against the torture of Myanmar’s Rohingya people is inexcusable. We stand for human rights and humanity. We stand with the people.
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AmnestyInternational Nov 12
There are more than a million refugees in . Each of them has a name and a story. Meet some of them. And please turn your sound on 😉
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GAURAV C SAWANT 15h
Illegal acquire Indian passport, Aadhaar cards & voter identity cards. Explosive investigation: coming up on 8.25 pm. How could illegal immigrants get a passport, Aadhar cards & voter identity cards? Agencies warn of crime-terror nexus
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Kanchan Gupta 8h
They take trains to Kerala. They set up camps in Jammu. They trek to Leh. And now this: They buy Indian documents with remarkable ease and for a fistful of rupees. Points to note: Govt's total, deafening silence. Intel agencies seeming inaction.
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M. Nov 10
One woman survivor whose name is in the list of the forced repatriation said “I don’t even know how my name appeared in the list. I didn’t give consent for that. "We prefer death over here. Or somebody kill us here. At least we will get proper funerals. 1/2
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Mohammed Zakaria Nov 11
Before repatriation , Security of life,citizenships right,human rights and other basic rights must be ensured
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Al-Furqan Foundation 8h
⚠ROHINGYA EMERGENCY APPEAL Here is another clinic that you help us to maintain. It has been expanded since our previous visit. Now includes physiotherapy & services for children with delayed development issues. We also restocked it with essential meds.
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Al-Furqan Foundation 19m
: ⚠ROHINGYA EMERGENCY APPEAL This is the ambulance you helped us purchase last year for the . Its in good working order and continues to service the sick and ferry doctors from one camp to another.
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Amnesty Int. Nigeria Nov 12
Amnesty International announced today that it has withdrawn its highest honour, the Ambassador of Conscience Award, from Aung San Suu Kyi, in light of the Myanmar leader’s shameful betrayal of the values she once stood for.
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Mohammed Jamjoom 18h
“We’ll never return to without our citizenship & our rights.” Scenes from a demonstration held by in against repatriation. I’ll be live on next hour ...
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Peter Biro Nov 13
.: Aung San Suu Kyi’s administration had stirred up hatred against by labelling them “terrorists”, obstructed international investigations into abuses & failed to repeal repressive laws used to silence critics.
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World Vision Aus News Nov 12
Even children are scared about being forced to return to Myanmar. A 10-year-old girl who saw her sister drown while fleeing violence last year asked our staff in Cox's Bazar "are they going to send me back on that same boat to die?"
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Priya Pillai Nov 14
This is great! Post by on potential for case re . Brought this up at a regional meeting in August looking at strategies/advocacy but not pursued further so far... fresh food for thought now..
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Nino Fezza 8h
The most heartbreaking casualties of the ethnic cleansing occuring in Myanmar against the Rohingya people are the innocent children...
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Shafiur Rahman 13h
IMAGINE THIS: you are taken at an ungodly hour to a far-off camp with your toddlers in tow. And asked to fill up a form. This mother apparently agreed to share her info with the Govt of Myanmar. Is this believable ?
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Ro Nay San Lwin Nov 12
VIDEO EMERGES OF BEATINGS by Bangladeshi officials. Here a camp Mazhi, Ataullah, accuses the Camp In Charge & his office of violently beating him for failing to provide a list. are fearful of repatriation lists. He also points out financial wrong doings.
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Asianburmese Nov 14
Replying to @tunkhin80
Rubbish ! With the population growth rate of the so called ( 20-30 members a family as a man having four wives and many children) and the two border townships with Muslim population of 90%. Additionally Moseques are about three times more in those townships.
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Shafiur Rahman Nov 14
ROHINGYA REPATRIATION: 30 families comprising 150 will be repatriated tomorrow, according to RRRC Commissioner, Abul Kalam. And the process will continue.
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Ro Nay San Lwin Nov 14
With subtitle: This refugee woman said Army besieged Unchiprang Camp (Camp 22). RAB and others surrounded the camp. They don't let us to eat since the morning. They are trying to take the people away tonight to send back to .
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