Rohingya means Rakhine: Dr. Aye Chan

Bangkok, Thailand: Dr. Aye Chan, a history Professor, Kanda University of International Studies, Japan had repeated again and again  “ Rohingya mean Rakhine” and “Rohingya language is Rakhine language”  at International seminar on Rakhine history (Arakan), held at Mahidol University, Bangkok on March 9, according to U Ye Lwin, former history lecturer who attend the seminar.

U Htay Lwin Oo
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Refugee children affected after taking Vitamin A plus Capsules in refugee camps

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Nearly 100 refugee children were affected and fallen sick after taking Vitamin A plus capsules in the Rohingya refugee camps on March 12, a refugee community health worker said.

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Tropical diseases spread in Burmese refugee camps

Ukhiya, Bangladesh: Tropical diseases, including chicken pox, pneumonia, fever and measles, have recently spread among children inside unofficial refugee camps — at Kutupalong and Leda camps, Anwer, a refugee committee member from Kutupalong makeshift camp said.

A children suffering in chicken pox and measles in refugee camp.

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Rakhines hack to death Rohingya graduate in Buthidaung

Buthidaung, Arakan State: A group of Rakhine terrorists brutally hacked to death a Rohingya young graduate on March 11, at around mid-night, in Buthiddaung south, said a close relative of the victim on condition of anonymity.
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