A fire tore through a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh on Thursday, leaving no casualties but destroying more than 550 shanty homes.
Thai police said the group, en route to Malaysia with the help of human smugglers, was discovered at a house in Bangkok's Don Mueang district. The homeowner was among the arrestees.
After an investigation by Deloitte proved unable to determine if the military-owned company uses its fortunes for military purposes – a conclusion human rights campaigners called 'farcical' – Japan's Kirin to continue partnership with Myanmar Brewery.
Nearly 100 Rohingya smuggled from Rakhine State and bound for Malaysia were arrested in Yangon, police announced Thursday. By AFP Nearly 100 Rohingya from conflict-scarred.