Sunday, 09 August 2020

January 2010

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Arakanese Rohingyas are living in an atmosphere of insecurity in the border town of Teknaf, Bangladesh after they were ordered to move from the area within a week by the Rohingya Resistance Committees (RRC), according to sources from Teknaf.
Read more: Arakanese Rohingya insecure in border town of Bangladesh

Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh: Local people of the district in general and those of Ukhiya and Teknaf upazilas in particular, especially in border areas have showed their antipathy towards the lack of a solution to the Rohingya refugee problems  in a meeting held at Teknaf Upazila headquarters on first week, said a local elder from Teknaf who preferred not to be named.  
Read more: Local’s antipathy towards lack of solution to Rohingya problems

Maungdaw, Arakan State: As of January 1, the Immigration Department in Maungdaw has been renewing family lists and taking family group photographs from villagers of Nasaka Sector No, 7 in Maungdaw Township, Arakan State, said a local village elder not wishing to be identified.
Read more: Family lists and group photos collected from Rohingya villagers

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Maungdaw police arrested five Arakanese Rohingyas for allegedly murdering two Natala villagers, who were hacked to death by unidentified miscreants on September 24, 2009. The authorities have now opened the murder case and arrested five innocent Rohingya villagers on January 6 on false charges, said a close relative of one of the victims
Read more: Natala murder case reopened, five Arakanese Rohingya arrested last

Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: The Rohingya Driving Committee of Ukiya union in Cox’s Bazar district convened a protest meeting over Rohingya refugees in Kutupalong area, inviting local people yesterday, said a refugee from Kutupalong camp requesting not to be named. 
Read more: Anti-Rohingya rally in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazaar district