Acting on a tip-off, a patrol ship stops a fishing boat near Saint Martin's which was carrying the refugees.
Police in Pekua stops 67 Rohingya Muslims from Kutupalong while they were waiting to board a fishing trawler, while 17 others was also stopped in Saint Martins.
Police spokesman Mokhlesur Rahman said they raided a residence in the northern part of the city and found the teenagers hiding in a room behind a tailoring shop.
Isse from Somalia gives his recipe of the perfectly brewed cup of black tea with cardamom and cinnamon that's great to drink any time of the day.
Amnesty International said Kenya should look for solutions, including integration into Kenyan society and resettlement to third countries.
The agency says the group still needs international protection given the worsening security situation in Chin state in Myanmar.
Hakeem Al Araibi was arrested on his honeymoon trip after an Interpol notice.
Soccer players and organisations around the world have called for Araibi's release.
The football player tied his arrest to his criticism of the Asian Football Confederation president, Sheikh Salman bin Embrahim Al Khalifa.
The attorney general's office in Thailand says the court presiding over the case will need two to three months to deliver a verdict.
While some Rohingya are struggling to accept women's new roles and projects, for others the changes are part of adjusting to life in camps for a foreseeable future.
The FFA and Australian Government, as well as Fifa and the international players' union FIFPro have all advocated for the release of Araibi, who has said he fears for his safety if he is returned to Bahrain.
An Iranian asylum-seeker detained in Papua New Guinea under Australian asylum laws has won Australia's Victorian Prize for Literature.
Refugees in Thailand have 3 options: repatriation to their country of origin, local integration or resettlement in a 3rd country.
The decision is likely to exacerbate Canada's already poor relations with Saudi Arabia.
The 18-year-old fears her family will kill her if she is forced to go home.
Around 19 facilities have been shuttered since Sept 2013.
Australia's right-leaning government has repeatedly defended its policy of detaining migrants at offshore facilities.
Hakeem AlAraibi was arrested in Thailand on Nov 27 based on an Interpol notice issued at Bahrain's request.
Yusra Ali Salm says she and her son feel safe in Malaysia.
The footballer was detained at the Suvarnabhumi airport during a personal trip.
The boat is believed to be the third bound for Malaysia stopped in Myanmar waters since monsoon rains began to subside last month. (AFP pic)
'We cannot force them to go back against their will', Bangladesh's refugee commissioner says.
It does not believe Immigration Department's explanation that it only intended to do census on Filipino refugees as these figures are available from Statistics Department.