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UN Court Recognises Myanmar Rohingya’s Suffering

The UN’s highest court says the Rohingya in Myanmar are at risk of genocide and must be protected, which means Myanmar’s government must prevent more Rohingya from being killed and preserve any evidence of a genocide that might have already happened. So, will the government enforce the ICJ’s ruling? Hyder Abbasi reports.

Nobel winner Suu Kyi to defend Myanmar in genocide case

Nobel winner Suu Kyi to defend Myanmar in genocide case

Aung San Suu Kyi defends Myanmar against genocide charges

Aung San Suu Kyi defends Myanmar against genocide charges

Lies': Rohingya respond to Aung San Suu Kyi defence in 'genocide' trial

Lies': Rohingya respond to Aung San Suu Kyi defence in 'genocide' trial

Final day of hearings over claims of genocide in Myanmar

Final day of hearings over claims of genocide in Myanmar

Malaysia Political Crisis

Malaysia Political Crisis

Is the Anwar-Mahathir alliance over?

Is the Anwar-Mahathir alliance over?

Money and the US Election

Money and the US Election

US Election for Sale?

US Election for Sale?

Afghanistan’s Multiple Crises | 40 Years of Afghan Refugees

Afghanistan’s Multiple Crises | 40 Years of Afghan Refugees

Can Ireland’s Sinn Fein Form a Government?

Can Ireland’s Sinn Fein Form a Government?

Ireland’s Political Stalemate

Ireland’s Political Stalemate

Afghanistan's Presidential Poll

Afghanistan's Presidential Poll

UNHCR Chief Filippo Grandi Talks to The Newsmakers

UNHCR Chief Filippo Grandi Talks to The Newsmakers

US Travel Ban Expansion

US Travel Ban Expansion

Afghanistan’s Political Instability

Afghanistan’s Political Instability

Saying No To Nigeria?

Saying No To Nigeria?

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