No religious freedom in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The concerned authority of Maungdaw south declared people can enjoy to perform their religious freely, but the Burma border security force (Nasaka) arrested a person who performed his religious duty in the religious place on February 27, according to a village administration officer who denied his named.
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Security force harass Rohingya on the road

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Security forces – police, Hluntin and Nasaka – harassed Rohingya community who were going to and from Maungdaw market on Shwezar bridge on February 23, according to a politician from Maungdaw.

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Tea shop burned down, security harass Rohingya in Maungdaw south

Maungdaw, Arakan State: A Rakhine’s tea shop was burned down by unknown miscreants in Maungdaw south on February 26, at about 9:00 pm and concerned security force started harassment against the Rohingyas community, said a villager admin officer who denied to be named.
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Burma Must Give Rohingyas Citizenship: Nobel Laureates

By Raj Kumar Yadav

You yourself have overstepped by saying something (commenting on history of Arakan) which you have no knowledge of!! I have been following their history for quite some time now. Following is the brief history on Arakan, I have compiled with the help of my friends!
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Trade barriers must be removed, to boost trade within BCIM

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh, China, India and Burma (Myanmar), which make up the BCIM Forum held in Dhaka urged governments to remove trade barriers for greater economic cooperation in the region in accordance with the fast-changing global and regional dynamics as well as to promote multimodal connectivity through rail-road-water and air linkages within the region. The BCIM countries could gain significantly from trade and transit corridors, according to joint statement of BCIM.


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Thatch fields torched in Maungdaw south

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Natala (New settlers) villagers – -living along the Maungdaw – Alay Thankyaw highway road- torched thatch fields from mountain near the Natala villages and Rohingya villages on February 12,, said a Rohinya – an owner of a thatch field – on condition of anonymity
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