Thursday, 28 May 2020

January 2006

Teknaf, Arakan:  A Burmese refugee was released from detention center of Teknaf police station after bribing Tk 3,000 to the police officer, said a refugee from Nayapara camp on condition of anonymity.
Read more: A Refugee Released after Bribing Tk.3, 000 to Police
Teknaf, Bangladesh: Despite introduction of cross border trade between Bangladesh and Burma under a 1995 Dhaka-Rangoon agreement smuggling continued unabated over the years, said custom super from Teknaf.
Read more: Smuggling Hampers Bangladesh-Burma cross Border Trade

Buthidaung, Arakan: Since December first week of 2005, Burmese army has been collecting paddy forcibly from Rohingya farmers for their rations in Buthidaung Township of northern Arakan State, Burma, said a farmer who gave paddy to army, requesting not to be named.

Read more: Burmese Army Forcibly Collects Paddy from Farmers in northern Arakan
Buthidaung, Arakan: Among the many crimes that the Burmese army commits on a daily basis, rustling is one of them. Rohingya farmers in northern Arakan complain that the army has been stealing their cattle.
Read more: Burmese troops turn rustlers in northern Arakan
Sydney, Australia: A 5th annual general meeting was held at the Perry Park,Sport Club, Punchbowl road, Lakemba, NSW in Sydney, Australia on 8th January 2006, said, U Kyaw Maung, the secretary of Burmese Rohingya Community in Auatralia, (BRCA).
Read more: A 5th Annual General Meeting of BRCA Held in Sydney, Australia