Monthly Archives: May 2014

Red alert imposed at zero point of Bangladesh-Burma border

Naikonchari, Bangladesh: The authority of Bangladesh has imposed red alert at zero point of Bangladesh-Burma border from on May 29 after missing a member of BGB Nayek Mizanur Rahman by Burma Border Guard police on May 27 morning, according to

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Using new tactics police detain two brothers in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Using new tactics police of Maungdaw Township have been detaining two brothers and severely tortured in Maungdaw police station since May 25, said Haroon, a local villager from Maundaw south.

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Nearly 200,000 Sedil injection seized by BGB at Bangladesh-Burma border

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Neary 200 thousand Sedil injections were seized by Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) on May 24, while being smuggled to Burma through Naf River, according to BGB official.  

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Authority orders to destroy mosque and houses in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The concerned authority ordered to destroy a mosque accompanied by 14 other houses in Maungdaw south on May 24, according to our correspondent.

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Bangladesh-Burma strengthening connectivity is strategic imperative

By Tin Soe Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS) organized an international seminar on Enhancing Bangladesh-Myanmar Relations at BIISS auditorium on 21 May 2014 to discuss “the problems in the bordering area” under the Dhaka’s proposal

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High Level flag meeting for border security held at Bangladesh-Burma border

Naikonchari, Bangladesh: A Sector level flag meeting for border security between Burma and Bangladesh was held at Dusori nearby pillar No. 50 of Naikonchari upazila under the Bandarbon district, Bangladesh May 21, according to a BGB aide, who did not

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School boy severely tortured by police officer in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State:  A school boy was severely tortured by a police officer because of collecting firewood from nearby forest in Maungdaw Township yesterday, said Halim, a relative of the victim.

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