Chittagong, Bangladesh: The Thai government should immediately end the detention under inhumane conditions of more than 1,700 ethnic Rohingya from Burma, New York based Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on June 3.
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Maungdaw, Arakan State: Kyikanpyin (Kawabil) village had become uprooted after authority enforced the Rohingya villagers to registered as Bengali in the place of Rohingya –under race column – in government registration program – digital Photograph and signature – since June 3, according to a local elder who denied to be named.
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Ukhiya, Bangaldesh: The Detective Branch of police on June 5 arrested 40 Bangladeshi boat-people who were preparing to go to Malaysia by sea route, Kamal, a local said from Ukhiya. Continue reading “40 Malaysia-voyager arrested in Cox’s Bazar”
Teknaf, Bangladesh: A Rohingya was abducted by Bangladeshi local youths from Teknaf- a border town of Burma-Bangladesh border- on June 4 night, Hossain, a local said from Teknaf. Continue reading “Rohingya abducted in Teknaf – border town”
Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr. Dipu Moni urged the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) on June 2, regarding the Rohingaya issues which remain engaged with the government of Burma to address the longstanding problems of Rohingayas and other Muslim minorities in Burma, according to foreign ministry official briefing. Continue reading “Depu Moni needs OIC to talk for Rohingya to Burma”
Teknaf, Bangladesh: Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) arrested and pushed back 11-Rohingya to Burma on June 2, Hashim, a local from border said. Continue reading “11-Rohingya arrested at border”