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Joint Statement: “Rohingyas’ concerns over the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh.” Released on 17th January 2018.

Joint Statement Date: 17th January 2018 Rohingyas’ concerns over the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh. We, the undersigned Rohingya organisations worldwide express our serious concern over an agreement, signed on 23rd November 2017, between Myanmar and Bangladesh on the return of some 670,000 Rohingya refugees who have recently taken refuge in Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar …

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BBC World News interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Rohingya Issues, ongoing Genocide of Rohingya & recent US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visit to Burma, November 2017.

Mr Tun Khin President Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK recently had an Interview with BBC World News, November 2017. Mr Tun updated the situation of Rohingyas in Rekhaine state and in the Myanmar/Bangladesh border, and later he discussed the recent US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visit to Burma. Tun Khin Called for immediate actions from …

BBC World News interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Rohingya Issues, ongoing Genocide of Rohingya & recent US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visit to Burma, November 2017. Read More »

Media Release from BROUK “I THOUGHT I WOULD DIE” Physical evidence of atrocities against the Rohingya.

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK Wednesday 1st November 2017   ‘I Thought I Would Die’ – New Report Details Eyewitness Accounts of Atrocities – Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK   The Rohingya are currently being targeted by the fourth wave of ethnic cleansing against them in the past five years. This new report, ‘I …

Media Release from BROUK “I THOUGHT I WOULD DIE” Physical evidence of atrocities against the Rohingya. Read More »

“I THOUGHT I WOULD DIE” Physical evidence of atrocities against the Rohingya

  Report Nov-2017   “I THOUGHT I WOULD DIE” Physical evidence of atrocities against the Rohingya   This report is based on more than a dozen interviews conducted in the Cox’s Bazar region of Bangladesh with Rohingya refugees who had arrived from Myanmar since attacks on August 25th. BROUK interviewed six child victims, four rape …

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Media Release from BROUK “Starvation Causing Thousands of Rohingya to Flee to Bangladesh – Security Council Ignored”

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK For Immediate Release Saturday 7th October 2017 Starvation Causing Thousands of Rohingya to Flee to Bangladesh – Security Council Ignored Starvation caused by military and government restrictions on aid, movement, as well as new human rights violations and security concerns, are triggering a new wave of Rohingya people …

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CNN interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Issues & ongoing Genocide of Rohingya in the Arakan State of Myanmar

CNN interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Issues & ongoing Genocide of Rohingya in the Arakan State of Myanmar, 9th September 2017. Tun Khin highlighted the mass killings of Rohingyas by Myanmar military and BGP. The government troops are not even sparing small children. Burning the houses and forcing the villagers to flee. …

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CNN interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Issues & ongoing Genocide of Rohingya in the Arakan State of Myanmar, 9th September 2017.

CNN interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Issues & ongoing Genocide of Rohingya in the Arakan State of Myanmar, 9th September 2017. In the interview, Tun Khin highlighted the mass killings of Rohingyas by Myanmar military and BGP. He further said, the government troops are not even sparing small children, they Burning the …

CNN interview with BROUK President Tun Khin on Current Issues & ongoing Genocide of Rohingya in the Arakan State of Myanmar, 9th September 2017. Read More »

“Rohingya Muslims facing world’s most enduring sentiment: bigotry” Tun Khin President BROUK in an interview with “CBCnews”

By Nahlah Ayed, CBC News  Posted: Sep 08, 2017 “Rohingya Muslims facing world’s most enduring sentiment: bigotry” Tun Khin President BROUK in an interview with “CBCnews” on 8th September 2017. “Discrimination doesn’t come naturally. It is taught.” With simple, stinging words, Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu offered a reminder of how far humans will go in the name …

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Tun Khin President BROUK in an interview with “FRANCE 24” on 31st Aug 2017 about current Rohingya Genocide in Rakhine region and Myanmar Unrest.

“BURMA UNREST” Mr Tun Khin President BROUK on Chanel France 24 discusses the ruthless situation of Rohingyas in inside the Rakhine State. The mass killing of Rohingyas by Myanmar military and BGP, Burning the houses and forcing the villagers to flee. According to sources,Two dozen bodies recovered on Bangladeshi Beaches.

Tun Khin President BROUK in a discussion panel in Inside Story – Al JAZEERA English on “Why are Rohingya refugees stranded in no-man’s land?” on 31st Aug 2017.

Inside Story – Why are Rohingya refugees stranded in no-man’s land? It is a humanitarian crisis that is growing all the time, Said Tun Khin. A week after former UN chief Kofi Annan released a report with recommendations to end years of persecution of the Rohingya people, the situation in Rakhine state in Myanmar appears …

Tun Khin President BROUK in a discussion panel in Inside Story – Al JAZEERA English on “Why are Rohingya refugees stranded in no-man’s land?” on 31st Aug 2017. Read More »

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