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Breaking News: June 28, 2012

Rathedaung Township:

Twenty two villagers were arrested from Anukpin village of Rathedaung Township earlier and on June 27, again 60 villagers were arrested from the said village by army and Nasaka. After arrest, they were sent to Rakhine villages where they were tortured severally by Rakhine villagers. After that, they were sent to Akyab. The fate of the arrested villagers is not known to their relatives. The village has about 1000 houses, of them, 60 houses were burned down by Rakhines with the help of army and Nasaka though they have responsibility to give security of the Rohingya villagers, said a villager from Rathedaung on condition of anonymity.
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Crisis in Arakan State, Burma highlighted in British Parliament

Chittagong, Bangladesh: The human rights and humanitarian crisis in Arakan State, western Burma, was highlighted in the British Parliament on June 27 at a meeting chaired by Baroness Kinnock, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Democracy in Burma, according to Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW).
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High ranking police officers sell looted rice in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: High ranking police officers –District police head, Township police head with other junior polices-   are selling the rice which the police personnel and Rakhines loot rice from Rohingya shops since June 10, according to an elder from Maungdaw.
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