Monthly Archives: December 2016

Aid ship will change route if fails to enter Myanmar

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  The Flotilla aid ship that carries food and emergency supplies for Rohingya will head to Bangladesh if they couldn’t receive the approval to enter Myanmar. Coordinator of the ‘Jelajah Untukmu Rohingya’ Mohd Hakim Mohd Nor said Flotilla’s organisers will head to Myanmar’s capital Yangon to meet government leaders to press for approval before the ship is scheduled to depart ...

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Taka 6 million worth Yaba recovered, 2 smugglers arrested in Teknaf

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  AT Online Report Members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) have recovered about 20077 pieces of fermented Yaba tablets worth about Taka 60, 23, 100 along with two Yaba smugglers in separate raids of BGB forces in Najirpara and Katabonia villages of Teknaf. On secret information, a group of BGB forces led by Sergeant Mohamed Sulaiman of Border Outpost of ...

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An Open Letter to United Nations Security Council

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Reuters Fifteen Nobel laureates including Muhammad Yunus and eight other global leaders on Thursday wrote an open letter to the United Nations Security Council to immediately intervene to stop “persecution of Rohingyas in Myanmar”. They noted that a human tragedy “amounting to ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity is unfolding in Myanmar”, according to a press release of Yunus Centre. ...

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Congratulation, appreciation and gratefulness to Malaysian PM

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  By Arakan Times On behalf of the Rohingya whole community living in Arakan and exile, we the Arakan Times team would like to congratulate, appreciate and express gratefulness to the honorable Malaysian Prime Minister Datok Sri Najib Razzak for raising voices and continuous attempt for durable solution of the most persecuted Rohingya minority in Arakan. The Myanmar military forces ...

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Dozens arrested by army in Maungdaw

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  AT Correspondent, Maungdaw At least 20-25 innocent Rohingya have been arrested from Kyi Gan Pyin (Kawarbil) village tract of Maungdaw north on 29 December 2016 by Myanmar brutal army members. A group of military forces launched raid across the Kyi Gan Pyin village in which dozens of innocent people including old men have arbitrarily been arrested, reports our correspondent. ...

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Houses demolished by BGP in Alaythankyaw

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    AT Correspondent, Maungdaw Myanmar Border Guard Police (BGP) forces demolished the dwelling houses of Rohingya Muslims in Leyinguang (Madinapara) and Kanpupara of Alaythankyaw, Maungdaw South yesterday. Source said to our correspondent that on 27 December 2016 early morning, the BGP forces entered the villages and passed a rough order to demolish all the houses at once which were ...

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Policeman and translator from Myanmar charged with falsifying UNHCR letter

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    BY BERNAMA 27 DECEMBER 2016 A police sergeant and a translator from Myanmar were today charged in the Magistrate’s Court here with falsifying a confirmation letter from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) with the intention to cheat. However, Mohamad Sahaffiq Ramli, 29, and Lal Hum Lian, 35, pleaded not guilty after the charges were read out ...

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BGB pushes back 80 Rohingya to Myanmar

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  AT Correspondent, Teknaf Border Guard Bangladesh’s members pushed back eighty Rohingya asylum seekers to Myanmar while they were trying to infiltrate into Bangladesh territory through different border points of Teknaf from Monday to Tuesday morning, reports our correspondent. Major Abu Russel Siddiqi, deputy commanding officer of Teknaf Border Guard Bangladesh Battalion-2 said some 80 Rohingya were detained while entering ...

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15 people assaulted by military in Maungdaw North

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  AT Correspondent, Maungdaw Myanmar army conducted intense raid in Kya Gan Taung (Rabailla) and U Kyin Kya (Burasikderpara) village tracts of Maungdaw North on 25 December 2016 where at least fifteen Rohingya old men including women and children were tortured by military. According to reports, the army carried out crackdowns in both Kya Gan Taung and U Kyin Kya ...

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Breaking News: Children die after giving polio immunization in Maungdaw

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  AT Correspondent, Maungdaw At least two children have died while several others have got admitted to hospital for being unconscious or serious state due to giving polio immunizations to the children today, 25 December 2016. A team of Community Health Workers (CHW) from health department along with BGP forces went to Kaminse village tract of Maungdaw north where the ...

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