Thursday, 28 May 2020

September 2010

Rathedaung, Arakan State: Twenty-one cattle traders were each sentenced to five years jail on August 29 in Sittwe, the capital of Arakan State for illegal cattle trading from Arakan State to Bangladesh, said a relative of one of the cattle traders from the Rathedaung Township.


Read more: 21 cattle traders jailed in Sittwe

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Fishermen are being forced to pay more taxes for their businesses in Maungdaw, according to fisherman from the district.


Read more: Fishermen face more taxes in Maungdaw

Teknaf, Bangladesh: A trawler was sunk by high winds during a high tide in the bay of Bengal, and seven head of livestock, including cattle and buffaloes have been missing since August 31, sources told Kaladan Press.
Read more: Trawler sinks in Bay of Bengal, seven cattle missing

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Diarrhea has broken out in Kutupalong makeshift refugee camp over the last four days and about 30 patients are receiving medical treatment at the Medicines Sense Frontiers (MSF-Holland) clinic in the camp, according to a refugee close to MSF staff.
Read more: Diarrhea breaks out in Kutupalong makeshift refugee camp