33 organizations and 33 Global Citizens call to end Rohingya genocide

By Tin Soe

Chittagong, Bangladesh: The event- London conference on decades of persecution of Myanmar’s Rohingya – held at The Shaw library (Founders Room), 6th floor, Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE) on April 28, at 9:00 am, started with a prayer and a minutes silence for genocide victims; from Armenians, Bosnians to Palestinians…and the Rohingyas, said Ahamed Jarmal, General Secretary, Burmese Rohingya Organization UK (BROUK).

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Flag meeting at Burma-Bangladesh border

Teknaf, Bangladesh: A flag meeting between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Burma’s border guard police was held at Zemon Khali BGB outpost on April 28, according to BGB official.
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Rohingya oppose the proposal of Immigration head

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The Rohingya from Maungdaw district –Maungdaw and Buthidaung – opposed the proposal which U Myit Kyine, head of the Immigration and Population Department, while his first visited these areas to register as Bengali or to keep the column blank, today at 4:00 pm, said Halim , a Human Rights Watchdog said.
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Rohingya meet Australian chief government whip at open forum of UWS

Dr. Hla Myint, the coordinator of International advocacy group – Bangkok Rohingya conference held in 2013 – and other Rohingya living in Australia met the Chief Government Whip, Federal member for Berowra and Australia’s longest serving Minister for Immigration, Phillip Ruddock, MP, at an open forum in the University of Western Sydney (UWS)’s Parramatta campus on April 24, 2014, according to Rohingya advocacy group.


Dr. Hla Myint and Rohingya  with the Chief Government Whip,Phillip Ruddock, MP
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Border guard police officer extorts 80,000 kyat from two transport vehicles

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The officer in charge of border guard police from Oo Daung outpost under Maungdaw south extorted 80,000 kyats from two Rohingyas’ transport vehicles on April 25 at about 7:30pm, according to a transport vehicle owner who deny to mention his name. Continue reading

Firewood collectors tortured in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan state: More than 35 Rohingya fire-wood collectors were severely tortured by a group of Rakhine extremists on April 22, in the evening, at Maungdaw Township, Hashim said from Maungdaw. Continue reading

Bangladeshi teenager languishes in Buthidaung jail

Tekanf, Bangladesh: A Bangladeshi teenager has been languishing in Buthidaung jail of Arakan State, Burma since February 2014, said Nuru, a local from Teknaf. Continue reading