Monday, 25 May 2020

April 2006

Maungdaw, Burma: Cattle seized by the authorities over the past three months were distributed among Burma’s Border Security Force (Nasaka), the army and the police on April 12, reports our correspondent.
Read more: Seized cattle distributed among Nasaka, police and army
Maungdaw, Burma: An army out post on Maungdaw-Buthidaung Road has been harassing and extorting money from Rohingya people travelling with valid travel passes, reports our correspondent.
Read more: Army harasses Rohingyas on Maungdaw- Buthidaung Road
Maungdaw, Burma:  A Rohingya village is being relocated, albeit forcefully, to set up a “model village” in northern Arakan. The order for the “removal” of the village came from the local State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) authorities two weeks ago, our source reports.
Read more: SPDC orders relocation of Rohingya village for Model Village

Rangoon, Burma:  Burma has extended its international Express Mail Services (EMS) to 33 countries and regions in the past decade, a statement of the Ministry of Communications, Posts and Telegraphs said.

 

Read more: Burma extends Int'l express mail services to 33 countries
Buthidaung, Burma: The Nasaka (Burma’s Border Security Force) is confiscating farms from villagers in northern Arakan for cultivation of physic nut, oil from which can be used as fuel to drive cars and machines, reports our correspondent. 
Read more: Nasaka confiscates farms for physic nut cultivation in Northern Arakan