Myanmar prepares for first Rohingya returnees

However, the United Nations says conditions are not yet safe for their return

Myanmar prepares for first Rohingya returnees, but UN warns against rushing

The countries agreed on mid-November for the start of repatriating some of more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled a sweeping army crackdown in Myanmar last year.

Bangladesh to blame if Rohingya returns delayed: Myanmar govt

Myanmar said delays to the repatriation of Rohingya refugees would be the fault of Bangladesh, four days ahead of the planned start date.

OPINION: The Rohingya need the world to agree on how people are treated as human beings, and work to find a solution.

Suu Kyi seeks support over Rakhine crisis

Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is attending the Asean meetings in Singapore this week, in which she will seek support from her Asian allies in dealing with the country's Rakhine crisis. She especially wants the members of the regional bloc to back her government's efforts to resettle the returning Muslim refugees -- who have fled the violence in the country's strife-torn Western region -- and to be involved in the country's future reconciliation efforts.

Bangladesh to start repatriating Rohingya Muslims - Myanmar Bangladesh to start repatriating Rohingya Muslims - Myanmar

Myanmar's Minister of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Win Myat Aye said Bangladesh will start repatriating hundreds of thousands of Rohingya back to Myanmar on Thursday.

Yangon (Myanmar), Nov 11 (AP) The repatriation of ethnic Rohingya Muslims from Bangladesh, to which more than 700,000 fled since last year to escape deadly violence carried out by Myanmar's security forces, will begin this week, top Myanmar officials said Sunday. - Myanmar: Bangladesh set to start repatriating Rohingya

Myanmar: Bangladesh to start repatriating Rohingya Thursday

Myanmar denies border shooting as Rohingya repatriation date nears

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China Ready to Help Bangladesh in Rohingya Repatriation – Foreign Minister

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – China is ready to assist Bangladesh in the repatriation of Rohingya refugees, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Friday.

US, aid groups warn against forced return of Rohingya refugees

‘May as well throw us into the sea’: Rohingya refugees fear Myanmar repatriation

Though officials say no-one will be forced to return against their will, all say they have been terrified since learning this month their names were on the list prepared by Bangladeshi officials and vetted by Myanmar

For Nurul Amin, a Rohingya Muslim living in a refugee camp in Bangladesh, the days since learning he and his family were among a group of people set to potentially be repatriated to Myanmar have been among the most frightening since they fled their home.