Monthly Archives: June 2015

Abducted BGB officer returning home after 8 days

Abducted Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) officer Abdul Razzak was handed over to a team, led by 42 BGB Battalion Commanding Officer Lt Col Abu Jar Al Zahid on June 25, at about 5;30 pm, after a five-hour-long flag meeting between

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BGP and BGB flag meet likely tomorrow

Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Border Guard Police (BGP) of Burma and Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) are likely to sit  a flag meeting tomorrow over return of BGB soldier Abdur Razzak, abducted by BGP troops from Naf River in Teknaf on June

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BGP to release Nayeek Razzak if Bangladesh takes 544 boat-people

Teknaf, Bangladesh: The Burmese Border Guard Police (BGP) will release Nayeek Abdur Razzak who was abducted by BGP on June 17, if the Bangladesh Government receives the 544 boat-people who are now being provided shelter in Maungdaw Township, the BGB

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Burmese Genocide Policies against the Rohingyas

By Aman Ullah “Genocides are like a garden in spring time. They come in different forms, shapes, smells, on different terrains, under different climates, on different soils.”   Dr. Maung Zarni

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Three women held with Yaba tablets in Teknaf

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Police arrested three women with 50,000 pieces of Yaba tablets from Najirpara village in Teknaf upazila on June 22 early morning, Hussain, a local from Teknaf town said.

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The Rohingya and Their Human Security

By Aman Ullah “Human security means that people can exercise [their] choices safely and freely – and that they can be relatively confident that the opportunities they have today are not totally lost tomorrow.”  UNDP

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Another 37 rescued boat-people returned to Bangladesh

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Thirty seven more Bangladeshi boat-people, who were rescued by Burmese navy on May 21, were brought back Bangladesh from Arakan, Burma on June 19, according to Maj Aminul Islam.

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