BGB arrest 32 Rohingya on Bangladesh-Burma border

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) arrested thirty-two Rohingya and one Bangladeshi human trafficker while trying to enter Bangladesh through the entry point of Shapuridip on January 27 early morning, Sayed Hossain, a local from Teknaf said. Continue reading “BGB arrest 32 Rohingya on Bangladesh-Burma border”

High level officers threaten Rohingya villagers in Maungdaw

High level officers led by Maungdaw deputy township administration officer – U Myint Thein and other five department officers threaten Rohingya villagers in a meeting held in Maungnama village tract on January 23 at 11:00 AM, said Mer Ali from the village.   Continue reading “High level officers threaten Rohingya villagers in Maungdaw”

Pneumonia and diarrhea affects in Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh

Pneumonia and diarrhea have been affecting Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh and its neighboring areas since first week of January, said Korim Ullah, a refugee from Nayapara refugee camp.
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First phase of Ijtema ends with prayer for world peace

The first phase of Biswa Ijtema – the second largest Muslim congregation after Hajj – has ended with Akheri Munajat (final prayer) seeking world peace, stability and divine blessings for humankind on January 10, according to Gazipur deputy commissioner SM Alam.

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Battalion Level flag meeting held in Bangladesh-Burma border

Naikonchari, Bangladesh: A Battalion level flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) at pillar No. 50 of Bangladesh-Burma border on January 5, Kashim Uddin, a local from Naikoncahri said.
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Rohingyas barred to enter Bangladesh

The Bangladesh government barred Rohingya community from Arakan Burma to enter Bangladesh with border trade passes this year who want to participate in Bishwa Ijtema (World Muslims gathering) due to security reason, Kadir Hossain, a local trader from Teknaf said.
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