Rappler's latest stories on Cox's Bazar
Emergency teams race to prevent a coronavirus 'nightmare' in the world's largest refugee settlement after the first confirmed cases are found in a sprawling city of shacks housing nearly a million Rohingya
(UPDATED) The World Health Organization clarifies one case is of a Rohingya man and the other is of a local man who lives near the camp and is being treated at a clinic inside the area
Bangladesh's refugee commissioner Mahhbub Alam Talukder confirms that construction has begun but declines to comment further
Some 740,000 Rohingya who fled a crackdown by Myanmar's military in 2017 in Rakhine state still fear for their safety if they return to Myanmar
UN high commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi says that UN experts are only able reach about 100 of the villages that the Rohingya fled after the Myanmar military launched a deadly crackdown in 2017
Police say those surrendering on February 16 in the southeastern town of Teknaf would include drugs traders, traffickers and several 'godfathers'
(UPDATED) The Rohingya exodus continues today, as refugees continue to trickle over the border throughout this year
The camp's mosques are full on Saturday morning as refugees pray for safety from flash floods and sudden landslides. Later, hundreds of refugees stage an hour-long protest.
The Rohingya refugees are vulnerable to deadly landslides and floods, particularly in the Cox's Bazar region
Bangladesh sends the list of names to Myanmar authorities so repatriations could start in late January under an accord between the two governments
The United Nations children's agency says preliminary data indicated a full 7.5 percent of the children crammed into one of the camps in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar district are at risk of dying from severe acute malnutrition
Anak perempuan 9 tahun itu masih mengalami trauma. Tim Medis Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) mengadakan trauma healing untuk pulihkan kondisi psikologis anak-anak Rohingya