Burma: Postpone Flawed Census to Avert Violence
Stop Further Attacks on Aid Workers in Arakan State
(New York, March 29, 2014) – Burma’s national government should postpone the planned nationwide census to prevent growing communal violence and attacks on the aid community, Human Rights Watch said today. At greatest risk are vulnerable Muslim communities and aid workers from international organizations.
Sittwe, Arakan State: Arkan State government again imposed Emergency Act 144 and dusk-to-dawn curfew today at about 4:00 pm after Rakhine mobs attacked all INGOs – aids working groups ‘offices and its residences, according to residents and official.
Sittwe (Akyab): On April 29, at around 4:00pm, police from Sittwe, the capital of Arakan State arrested another student who is studying in Sittwe Degree Collage, regarding the April 26 clashes at Thet Kay Pyin village, said a close relative of the victim who denied to be named. Continue reading “Police arrest college student at Sittwe (Akyab)”