Alahednews Alahednews Rohingya Crisis: More Muslims Flee To Bangladesh despite Repatriation Deal Rohingyas are continuing to flee from Myanmar into Bangladesh despite a repatriation deal. Philippines to Ban Nationals from Working in Kuwait Due to Abuses Philippines is considering banning workers being sent to Kuwait because of abuses. Seven Ethnic Rakhine Killed as Myanmar Police Fire on Riot Myanmar police opened fire on a crowd of ethnic Rakhine Buddhists as they tried to seize a government office, in unrest that left seven dead. Bangladesh Agrees With Myanmar to Complete Rohingya Return in Two Years Bangladesh agreed to complete the process of returning Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar within two years after repatriation begins Rohingya Crisis: Myanmar Forces Responsible For Killing of 10 Muslims Myanmar’s Army chief admitted that the country’s security forces are responsible for killing of 10 Muslims. US Approves $133mn Interceptor Missile Sale to Japan The US approved $133mn interceptor missile sale to Japan amid breakthrough intra-Korean talks. Cocaine Worth $2.5M Washes Up On Philippine Seashore Millions of dollars of cocaine packed in a plastic drum has washed up on a seashore in the eastern Philippines. PM Abe: Japan faces greatest danger since World War II The security situation facing Japan is the most dangerous since the Second World War. Philippines Tropical Storm Tembin: More than 100 Killed 100+ people had been killed as a tropical storm swept through southern Philippines, with dozens more missing. Malaysian PM Leads Protest in Solidarity with Palestinians Malaysia’s PM led thousands of Muslims in Malaysia in a rally to show solidarity with the Palestinians. Melbourne Crash: Car Driven into Crowd Is «Deliberate Act», 14 Injured The Melbourne car is driven into crowd in ’deliberate act’ in Flinders Street, injuring 14. Rohingya Crisis: Mass Grave Found in Myanmar’s Rakhine A mass grave was found in Myanmar, at a location where minority Rohingya Muslims were the target of state-sponsored violence for over a year. Indonesians Rap Trump’s Al-Quds Move as Clerics Call for US Product Boycott Mass Indonesia rally raps the US President’s al-Quds decision as Indonesian clerics called for the boycott of American products. Rohingya Crisis: Rights Group Reports More Destruction of Muslim Minority Villages HRW: Satellite imagery showed that Rohingya villages in Myanmar continued to be destroyed. Rohingya Crisis: 6,700 People Killed in One Month Only, MSF At least 9,000 Rohingya people lost their lives in Myanmar in the space of a month between 25 August and 24 September. Amnesty: ’Strong Resolution’ Needed on Myanmar at UN Meet AI called for a ’strong resolution’ over Myanmar’s treatment of its Rohingya Muslim minority. Australia: Police Detain Terrorist Plotting New Year’s Eve Attack in Melbourne A 20-year-old Australian citizen was arrested for plotting a shooting rampage in Melbourne’s central square. Bali Volcano: ’Imminent’ Mount Agung Eruption As Scores Flee Danger Zone Tens of thousands of travelers were stranded on Bali after an erupting volcano forced the Indonesian island’s international airport to close. Rohingya Still Fleeing Myanmar despite Repatriation Deal Rohingya are still fleeing into Bangladesh even after an agreement was signed with Myanmar. NGOs Say Outside Monitors Needed For Rohingya Return to Myanmar NGOs called for international agencies to be allowed to monitor the repatriation of thousands Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar. UN Committee Urges Myanmar to Give Citizenship to Rohingyas A UN committee called on Myanmar to give the Rohingyas full citizenship rights. Chinese, NKorean Envoys Talk Up Ties despite Nuclear Tensions A senior Chinese envoy met with an aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in Pyongyang. Japan, US Stage Naval Drill amid N Korea Tension Japan and the United States launched a joint naval drill in a show of force aimed at North Korea. Rohingya Crisis: US Holocaust Museum Says There Is Evidence of Genocide in Myanmar The US Holocaust Museum said there is ’mounting evidence’ of genocide in Myanmar ASEAN Summit Kicks off in Manila amid Anti-US Protests ASEAN leaders are taking part in a two-day summit the Philippine capital, Manila.