Sunday, 31 May 2020

January 2006

Buthidaung, Arakan: Armed soldiers steal properties from villagers of Buthidaung Township in Arakan State, Burma, said a man who has close relation with the owner.
Read more: Army Steals villagers Properties
Teknaf, Arakan: 3 Burmese nationals were arrested by Bangladesh Border Security Force (Bangladesh Rifles-BDR) while crossing Burma-Bangladesh border, said Azker Desh Bidesh, a local Bangla paper.
Read more: 3 Burmese Nationals Arrested By Bangladesh Border Security Force
Teknaf, Bangladesh: A boat of 30 new Burmese refugees was drowned while crossing Naf River, a river of separating from Burma-Bangladesh border, yesterday at about 7:30 pm from Teknaf point, a border town of Bangladesh, said Salim Ullah, a new refugee.
Read more: A Boat of Burmese Refugees Drown While Crossing Naf River
Maungdaw, Arakan: Police and Nasaka jointly made an arbitrary arrest the Rohingya villagers of Maungdaw Township in Arakan State simply accusing them breaking the tip of a pagoda of Nkakura village, said a schoolteacher of the village.
Read more: Rohingya Villagers Arrested Accusing Them Breaking a Buddhist Pagoda
Buthidaung, Arakan:  An Imam (a leader of the prayers) of Buthidaung Township of northern Arakan, Burma was arrested and fined for renovation of a mosque of a village, said a relative of arrested Imam.
Read more: An Imam for Renovation of Mosque in Northern Arakan