Thursday, 09 July 2020

November 2014

Buthidaung, Arakan State: Ma-Ya-Ka (Township Administration Officer) Chairman of Buthidaung Township held a meeting inviting local leaders and villagers of Taung Bazar under Buthidaung Township yesterday morning, a local leader said on condition of anonymity.  

Read more: Ma-Ya-Ka Chairman holds meeting at Buthidaung

Prior to the APEC CEO Summit, Beijing of China, Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid urged Burma President Thein Sein to work together to find out effective mechanisms for a permanent solution to the long-pending Rohingya issue at Diaoyutai State Guest House on November 9, according to president’s press secretary briefed reporters after the meeting.
 

Read more: Bangladesh President urges for permanent solution to Rohingya issue

Maungdaw, Arakan State:   A Rohingya old man was killed by army personnel from Ywet Nyo Taung (Rohingya Taung) on November 8, for protecting a girl from army who tried to attempt to rape, said a village elder on condition of anonymity. 

Shamshu Alam dead body in his house

Read more: Army kill an old Rohingya villager in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Rohingya fishermen of Maungdaw Township have been facing trouble for their survival as they have been barred from fishing since November 7, by Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) personnel, a fisherman named Noor Mohamed of Maungdaw south said.

Read more: Fishermen face trouble in Maungdaw

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on November 6 that the government has planned for shifting Rohingya refugees to suitable places from the existing camps at Kutupalang and Nayapara in Cox's Bazar, according to PM's Press Secretary AKM Shameem Chowdhury told newsmen after the meeting, quoting the premier.

Read more: Bangladesh plans to move Rohingya camps: PM says