Maungdaw, Arakan State: The concerned authority – look after the boat people in the temporary camp in Meetike and Taungpyo under Maungdaw Township – are harassing while they were performing their religious duties and female boatpeople were threaten with pretending like ghost, according to Halim, a Human Rights watch dog from Maungdaw.
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Morocco Parliament heard about recent situation of Rohingya from Arakan, Burma on June 1 by inviting Tun Khin – a Rohingya activist and the president of Burmese Rohingya Organization UK (BROUK) , according to BROUK information desk.
Tun Khin delivery speech in Morocco Parliament
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Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: On June 9, two Rohingyas have been found among 150 people, identified as ‘Bangladesh nationals’ who were brought back from Burma after being investigated, according to Detective Branch (DB) of Cox’s Bazar.
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Taungpyo, Maungdaw: Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) handed over 150 Bangladeshi rescued boatpeople to the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) at Taungpyo border point after a flag meeting at Dekibania (Burma) on June 8, around 10:00 am, said BGB official.
Flag meeting for Boatpeople in Taungpyo, Maungdaw
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The Boat people who were rescued from floating and stranded in the sea near Maungdaw claimed Burmese authority took away Rohingyas from their boat since May 19 night, said Bangladeshi boat people who were shift from Aley Than Kyaw, Maungdaw south to Taung Pyo, Maungdaw north on May 25.
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Teknaf, Bangladesh: Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) has postponed sending a team to Burma to bring back rescued Bangladeshi boatpeople and asked Burmese government for a detailed list of boatpeople with their identities, according to BGB sources. Continue reading “BGB postpones sending team to Burma”
By Aman Ullah
“You save one’s soul, you save humanity”, A great Filipino
Thousands of Rohingya migrants remain stranded in the Andaman Sea, while authorities around the region refuse to take them in. Continue reading “The genuine humanitarian spirit of Filipinos”
Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh has been invited to join a regional meeting on human trafficking and people smuggling issues to begin in Thailand on May 29, according to May 15, Financial Express of Bangladesh. Continue reading “Bangladesh to join special meeting on human trafficking”
By Aman Ullah
“The Andaman Sea is about to become a floating mass grave, and it’s because of the failure of governments, including our own, to do what is necessary.”
Nick Kristof in the New York Times
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BURMESE ROHINGYA ORGANISATION UK (BROUK)
617 Romford Road, Manor Park , London E12 5AD
Tel: +44 2034892760, E-mail: email@example.com , web : http://www.brouk.org.uk
13th May 2015
Rohingya Refugee Crisis: ASEAN must coordinate rescue and tackle root causes of crisis
Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK today called on ASEAN member states to launch an urgent rescue operation for thousands of Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshis stranded in boats off the coasts of Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, and also to address the root causes of the crisis by pressuring the government of Burma to end its policy of trying to drive the Rohingya out of Burma.
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