Thursday, 28 May 2020

October 2007

Buthidaung, Arakan State: The police looted goods from a trader when he was carrying it from Buthidaung to his village Dabine Sara in Buthidaung Township in a boat on October 1. The police alleged that he did not have permission to sell goods in the village, said a friend of the trader.
Read more: Police loot trader in Buthidaung
Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Word Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) distributed rations among undocumented refugees in a makeshift camp today, said a Majee from the camp.
Read more: WAMY distributes rations in Burmese makeshift camp
Maungdaw, Arakan State: Md. Sadek, a Rohingya was caught red-handed with a Bangladeshi mobile phone by police, on October 7, when he was going home in a car from Maungdaw town, said a close friend.
Read more: Rohingya arrested with mobile phone in Maungdaw
Akyab (Sittwe), Burma: Burmese Army troops barged into a monastery yesterday night in Akyab (Sittwe) and threw out the monks.  Restrictions were imposed on worship. The army chalked out a schedule for worship for the monastery, said a Buddhist monk from Akyab.
Read more: Restrictions on worship imposed in monastery in Sittwe
Akyab, Arakan State: Anti-junta posters critical of the National Convention and against the regime's pressure tactics on the people, have been in evidence all over key areas in Akyab since October 7.
Read more: Anti-junta posters all over key areas in Akyab