Rohingya victims demand OECD investigate Telenor’s complicity in genocide

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.

Alethankyaw killing field report cover

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Rohingya villagers’ testimony sheds new light on Amnesty International’s latest report

Testimony of Rohingya villagers from Kha Maung Seik village tract, northern Maungdaw, implicates the Burmese security forces as the instigators of attacks on civilians in their area on August 25, 2017, offering a very different version of events than that given by Amnesty International in their new May 22nd report. Continue reading

Military’s offensive continues in Maungdaw

Many Rohingya villagers are frightened and fleeing from their villages as the Burmese army and BGP offensive continues on Rohingya villages in Maungdaw north, Rakib from Sali Pyin village said.
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Security force killed one, more injure for rejecting the so-called population data collection program in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Security force – Burma border guard police, army and police – had killed one and more injured today for rejecting the so-called population data collection program in Lound Don village under Maungdaw north, said Ahmed Hussion, an elder from the village.
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The statement of ARNO on the current situation in Arakan/Rakhine State, Burma Arakan

ARAKAN ROHINGYA NATIONAL ORGANISATION

Arakan, Burma
Press Release
(29 March 2014)

The statement of ARNO on the current situation in Arakan/Rakhine State, Burma Arakan

Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) has strongly condemned the attacks on international humanitarian aid workers by militant Rakhine mobs in Sittwe on March 26- 27, causing damages to their offices, residences, vehicles and properties under the pretext of disrespecting a Buddhist flag by a female staff of the Malteser International.

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