A fire burned down 1,200 houses, affecting about 5,000 people, in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar, a border district where more than a million Rohingya refugees live.
More than 3,000 Rohingya-run shops have been bulldozed by Bangladeshi authorities since last month, the country's deputy refugee commissioner Shamsud Douza has confirmed.
Broken-down wooden boat carrying 120 refugees was towed by a navy ship to North Aceh sea port, officials say.
The authorities reversed their decision a day after saying they would not allow the refugees on the boat to seek refuge in the Southeast Asian country, despite international pleas to do so.
The boat carrying at least 100 refugees was intercepted by Indonesian authorities after it ran into trouble off the coast of the Aceh province.
Tun Khin, a UK-based Rohingya, seeks international action "to restore the rights of the Rohingyas" in Buenos Aires court which is investigating Myanmar military's 2017 crackdown of the country's Muslim minority.
About 1,000 shops belonging to Rohingya refugees have been bulldozed in several camps in Cox's Bazar area in just two days.
Social media giant faces compensation claims worth nearly $200 billion in a coordinated suit in US and UK, The Guardian reports.
Around 2,000 Rohingya refugees will be transferred to Bhashan Char island, an area prone to powerful cyclones that have killed around one million people in the last 50 years.
A low level civil war in the country risks pushing millions into poverty and in need of growing humanitarian assistance.
Mohib Ullah was gunned down in late September in a refugee camp near the port city of Cox's Bazar.
The security has been tightened in Cox's Bazar to protect the refugee camp from further violence.
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