Friday, 05 June 2020

April 2006

Rathedaung, Burma: The State Peace and Development Council's (SPDC's) authorities are now using forced labors more and more in their brick-fields in Rathedaung Township, Arakan State, on 3rd April 2006, reports our correspondent.

Read more: Forced Labors Become More in Arakan

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Rifle (BDR) arrested 3 Burmese Nationals in Teknaf , the border town of Burma-Bangladesh, as they entered Bangladesh, our reporter reported.


Read more: BDR arrests 3 Burmese Nationals
Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Burmese (Rohingya) refugees who are living in Dom Dom Meah camp in Teknaf, a border town under the District of Cox's Bazaar are now facing water crisis critically, our correspondent reports.
Read more: Undocumented Burmese Refugees Facing Water Crisis
Maungdaw, Burma: A football match with nine village-tracts was organized by the Nasaka (Burma's border Security Force) Sector No.4 in Maungdaw, Arakan State, on 31 March 2006, our correspondent reports.
Read more: Football Match in Northern Arakan

Buthidaund, Burma: A three kilometers long road of  Tat Min Chaung and  Min Gyi Taung,  is being constructed using forced labor in Buthidaung Township, Arakan State, our correspondent reports.

Read more: Forced Labor Used for a Road Construction in Arakan