Maungdaw, Arakan State: Burma border security force (Nasaka) open fired to the villagers of Bagona villagers but, no one was wounded today night at about 9:00pm, according to an elder from Bagona village.
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Maungdaw, Arakan State: Security force from Pahlapa camp of MaungNi village under Burma border security force (Nasaka) headquarters harassed Rohingya villagers to extort money with false allegation, according to a student from the village who didn’t want to be mention.
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Buthidaung, Arakan State: A village administrator of Buthidaung south has been giving arbitrary harassments to the local villagers accompanied by police and Sarapa (Military Intelligence), according to a village elder who denied to be named.
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Ukhiya, Bangladesh: The Bangladesh authorities – police, Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Coast Guard – accompanied by a group of locals arrested more than 300 Rohingya refugees from Nayapara, Lada and Kutupalong refugee camps on December 2, 2012, said a refugee from Kutupalong official camp, who did not mention his name for security reason.
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Burma should recognize its ethnic minority Rohingyas as citizens, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Valerie Amos has said to the press in Dhaka on December 3.
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