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November 2010

Buthidaung, Arakan State: Burmese troops in Buthidaung Township arrested eight Rohingya leaders on November 14, leading relatives of one of the detained to suggest that it was in retribution for support of the opposition National Democratic Party for Development (NDPD) in Burma’s recent elections.
Read more: Junta troops arrest 8 Rohingyas in Buthidaung

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Bangladeshi authorities made an official visit to two Rohingya refugee camps on November 15, according to one camp administrator.
Read more: Official delegation visits two Rohingya refugee camps

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Many Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh celebrated Eid-ul-Azah without meat on November 17, according to a refugee leader from the unofficial Kutupalong refugee camp.
Read more: Meat in short supply for Rohingyas refugees during Eid-u-Azah

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Despite the hardships endured throughout Burma’s Arakan State, Rohingyas celebrated the second-largest festival of the year, Eid-u-Azah, said a religious leader in Maungdaw.

Read more: Arakan Rohingyas struggle for a peaceful Eid-ul-Azah

Dhaka, Bangladesh: Outgoing Burmese Ambassador to Bangladesh U Pyae Thann made a farewell call on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh at her official residence Gono Bhaban on November 16, according to the Daily Star of Bangladesh.
Read more: Burma’s ambassador to Bangladesh addresses Rohingya issues