Burma border guard police (BGP) shot dead a Rohingya youth in Ngakura village on November 28 at 6:30pm while going back home from local mosque without any reason, an elderly people Habib from the locality said.
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Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) arrested and pushed back more than 400 Rohingyas to Burma from November 1 to 29, according to BGB officials.
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Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO)
30 November 2016
Widespread rape of Rohingya women as a weapon of ethnic-cleansing
On Friday 25 November, at about 5 a.m. around 500 Myanmar cruel armed forces – most of them local Buddhist Rakhine goons dressed in uniform without badge — had cordoned San They Pyin hamlet of Longdon village-tract in Maungdaw Township. About one hundred of them entered the village and seized and removed nearly 100 women and teenage girls to school field, stripped them naked under gun point and lined them up in lying position and raped. Then they made them walk along the village pathway in nude. Some of the women who defied the inhumaneness were slaughtered. The onslaught lasted until 5 p.m. But five beautiful women were not released and were sexually molested whole night by a group of savage soldiers in their camp whereupon three of them were slaughtered.
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Arakan Rohingya National Organization (ARNO)
28 November 2016
UN intervention is the only viable solution in Rohingya situation
For more than 6 weeks the innocent and peaceful-living Rohingyas have been made systematic targets of wholesale destruction, killing, raping and looting and arson attacks. The Myanmar military and security forces have killed more than 500 people, raped hundreds of women, burned down over 2500 houses, destroyed mosques and religious schools, and perpetrated other inhuman acts.
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Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) Chief visited along the Bangladesh-Burma border and observed the situation of Rohingya influx into Bangladesh from Burma on November 25, according to BGB officials.
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The Burmese army and Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) seized many cattle from Rohingya villages on November 26, and brought to BGP headquarters of Kyigan Pyin (Kawar Bill) village of Maungdaw north, a village elder Dolil from Maung Nama village said.
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Maungdaw, Arakan State: Burmese army massacred over 500 Rohingya villagers in Hati Para (Sin Thae Pyin) village tract on November 25, including men, women and children, Boshor from Hati Para (village) said.
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The army and BGP jointly raided the villages – Maung Nama south, Nari Bill, Nanda Khali, Wabeik, and Abojja Para of Mingalar village tract and arrested many villagers including elderly people and even boys aged 12 to 13 years, Omor from Abojja village said.
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Teknaf, Bangladesh: An official Rohingya refugee boy of Nayapara camp was killed in nearby forest of the camp by unknown people on November 22, Nuru, a refugee from Nayapara camp said.
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The Burmese army terrified the Rohingya villagers of Kyaa Gaung Taung village under Maungdaw north such as—arresting, looting, raping women and girls, and set on firing the homes on November 22, Belal from the village said.
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