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Five EU states to take in Open Arms migrants, ending standoff

Around 100 migrants had to remain on vessel since early August until Italy ordered its seizure and evacuation. 

by Reuters
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Aidiladha: A day of prayer and peace for Myanmar Muslims in M'sia

PHOTO ESSAY | Though far from home, those living in KL are still able to celebrate this festive occasion.

by Mukhriz Hazim
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Ministry mulls resettlement village for UNHCR refugees

Housing minister says this will enable them to be monitored, as well as ensure access to healthcare and education.

by Bernama
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Refugees should be allowed to work as promised in manifesto, says Kula

UPDATED 4PM | Minister adds that refugee children not receiving education in schools is a denial of human rights.

by Kow Gah Chie
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Malaysia keen on Japanese aid in educating Rohingya refugees

Japan has expressed an interest in helping refugees housed in camps in Bangladesh, says Saifuddin Abdullah.

by Bernama
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Rohingya not returning home due to trust deficit, says Saifuddin

Foreign minister says clear understanding needed between Myanmar and Bangladesh to ensure repatriation of Rohingyas. 

by Linda Khoo Hui Li, Bernama
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Malaysia preparing strategic paper to help Rohingya refugees

PARLIAMENT | The Foreign Ministry is working on this to bring their oppressors to justice, says its minister Saifuddin Abdullah.

by Bernama
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UNHCR to kick off global refugee campaign in Malaysia

Step with Refugees campaign is aimed at raising awareness of the long, hard journies refugees have to take.

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DPM: Employment of refugees not at expense of M'sians

PARLIAMENT | 'There are ways they can work without jeopardising the employment opportunities of M'sians.'

by Bernama
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Malaysia needs law on refugees, asylum seekers

The rights and protection that can be given to refugees and asylum seekers seems to be based on an unwritten policy.

by Charles Hector, Madpet
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200 Rohingya migrants still at sea after latest arrival

Dozens of migrants were found near a beach in the country’s north.

by Rozanna Latiff, Reuters
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After Rome Statute pullout, MP sceptical of refugee treaty being ratified

Charles Santiago says refugees will now have to depend on other international conventions.

by Susan Loone
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Wang Kelian queries raised at George Town refugee festival

Refugee Zahid Alom points out that many of the culprits behind the atrocities remain at large.

by Susan Loone
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We are facing a global compassion deficit, reports Civicus

Right-wing administrations are targeting NGOs, LGBTs, women and labour groups, says international alliance.

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Bangladesh in no hurry to relocate Rohingya, in talks with UN bodies

The country had planned to 100,000 of the nearly one million Rohingya Muslims from Cox's Bazar to Bhasan Char.

by Reuters
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Saifuddin: Repatriation plan for Rohingyas must include citizenship guarantees

The foreign minister says those returning should never again be subjected to the threat of persecution and violence. 

by Bernama
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