ရခိုင်ပြည်နယ်မြောက်ပိုင်း မြေပုံပေါ်မှာ ကုလသမဂ္ဂ၏ မြန်မာသတင်း အချက်အလက်စီမံခန့်ခွဲမှု ယူနစ် (MIMU)က ရိုဟင်ဂျာရွာတချို့ကို ဖျောက်ဖျက်ခြင်း၊ “ကုလား” ရွာများဟု ချိုးနှိမ်ခေါ်ဆိုခြင်းသည် မြန်မာအစိုးရအကြိုက်လုပ်နေသည်ဟု ရခိုင်ရိုဟင်ဂျာ အမျိုးသားအစည်းအရုံး (ARNO)က MIMU ကို အပြစ်တင်လိုက်သည်။
The Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) has accused the UN’s Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU) of pandering to Burmese government authorities in erasing Rohingya villages from maps of northern Rakhine State, and continuing to use the derogatory term “Ku Lar” in their labeling of Rohingya villages.
The village name circled reads “Min Gyi (Ku Lar)” from the Maungdaw township map accessed on 12 June, 2020 Continue reading “ARNO: UN panders to Burma’s GAD in erasing Rohingya villages from MIMU maps”
In a statement on May 1, the Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) critiqued the scale of international aid being provided unconditionally for the Burmese government’s Covid-19 response in Rakhine State, accusing donors of condoning and subsidizing the regime’s ongoing genocide against the Rohingya. Continue reading “ARNO critiques unconditional international support for Burmese government’s Covid-19 response in Rakhine”
The Maungdaw fire brigade has issued a restriction to town residents of Block Two not to cook in the morning during the university entrance examinations starting on March 13, according to a block administration member. Continue reading “Fire brigade restricts cooking in Maungdaw during university entrance exams”
Two Rohingya refugees were killed in a reported gunfight between a gang of robbers and Bangladesh’s Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members at Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar on March 12. Continue reading “Two Rohingya refugees killed in gunfight with Bangladesh special forces”
Today (December 16), Rohingya victims of Burma’s genocidal operations in Maungdaw, Arakan State, filed an official complaint to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on violations of its investment guidelines by Norway’s state-owned Telenor company, demanding an independent investigation into the use of Telenor infrastructure by Burmese security forces to carry out atrocities against Rohingya.
Reinforcement of hundreds of fully armed Burmese government troops into villages around Maungdaw township, northern Rakhine State, since early afternoon today is causing panic among local Rohingya communities.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu asked Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to allocate land for building camps for Rohingya refugees on September 24 at a high-level side event entitled “Rohingya Crisis – A Way Forward” at the 74th United Nations General Assembly in New York.
An informal trilateral meeting involving officials from Myanmar, Bangladesh, and China has led to the formation of a “tripartite joint working mechanism” to evaluate the situation on the ground for Rohingya repatriation, according to Dr AK Abdul Momen, the Bangladesh Foreign Minister.
A landmine explosion has killed a Rohingya refugee on the Burma-Bangladesh border, according to Lieutenant Colonel Ali Haidar Azad Ahmed, Commanding Officer of 34 BGB Battalion, Cox’s Bazar.