Teknaf, Bangladesh: Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) arrested a woman with 7,115 Yaba tablets near Damdamia Check-Post on Cox’s Bazar-Teknaf highway in Teknaf upazila, yesterday, according to BGB official.
Maungdaw, Arakan State: Police personnel who are station on Maungdaw-Buthidaung road, physically harassing Rohingya females who were going on this road, said Hakim (not real name), a businessman who ply on this road for his business.
Maungdaw, Arakan State: A truck of GE army killed a big cow of Rohingya on the road and took away to their headquarters of Maungdaw north for their food, on December 2, morning, Maung Nu ( not real name), a close relative of the victim said.
Maungdaw, Arakan State: Rohingya fishermen in Maungdaw south have been facing trouble since 1st December 2013 as they have not being allowed to go to sea for fishing by the concerned authority, Nuruddin (not real name), a local fisherman from Maungadaw south said. Continue reading
Maungdaw, Arakan State: Two police officers accompanied by 3 others were unconditionally released on November 27, after about fifteen months of detention at Hluntin Headquarters of Maungdaw Town. They were arrested because of involvement in Yaba tablets business, according to an elder named Musa (not real name) of Maungdaw. Continue reading
Teknaf, Bangladesh: An official refugee youth of Nayapara camp was killed and another one injured by a speedy motorbike at Ali Khali (village) under the Teknaf police station on November 26, Anuwar Hussain from the camp said. Continue reading
Maungdaw, Arakan State: The Maungdaw central market was set on fire at about 7:00pm today by some Rakhine miscreant groups, said Anwer (not real name), a shopkeeper from Maungdaw central market.
Maungdaw, Arakan State: A team of police arrested seven Rohingya villagers on November 21, in Maungdaw south, according to a villager, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Continue reading
Maungdaw, Arakan State: More people are fleeing from Arakan. At least two boats per week loading with Rohingya boatpeople went to Malaysia or Thailand from Maungdaw south by perilous sea route, said Malu( not real name) from the locality.