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Flag meeting held in Teknaf land port

Teknaf, Bangladesh: A flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Border Guard Police (BGP) of Burma at Teknaf land port under the Teknaf police station on March 21, Zuhar, a close BGB aide from Teknaf said.

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High level flag meeting held at Bangladesh-Burma border

Battalions Commander level flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) on February 18 at friendship bridge of Gumdum- Taungbro border (Bangladesh-Burma border) under the Naikonchari, Bandarban district, Mohammed, a local businessman from

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Flag meeting held in Maungdaw

Teknaf, Bangladesh: A flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Border Guard Police (BGP) of Burma at the entry and exit point of Maungdaw town on February 7, Zakir Meah, a businessman from Maungdaw said. Bangladeshi released

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Battalion Level flag meeting held in Bangladesh-Burma border

Naikonchari, Bangladesh: A Battalion level flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) at pillar No. 50 of Bangladesh-Burma border on January 5, Kashim Uddin, a local from Naikoncahri said.

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Flag meeting held in Burma-Bangladesh border

Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: Commander level flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) at Gumdum point of Bangladesh-Burma border December 23 at around 10:00 am, according to BGB official.

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Sixteen Bangladeshi prisoners return home from Burma

Teknaf, Bangladesh:  Sixteen Bangladeshi prisoners returned home from Burma on September 17 after finishing their jail terms, Absar, a local from Teknaf Town said.

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Dhaka bringing back 159 nationals from Naypaydaw

159 Bangladeshi human trafficking victims, who were rescued by Burmese Navy, were brought back to Bangladesh on August 10, at about 2:00pm, according to Lieutenant Colonel Md Robiul Islam, commander of 17 BGB Battalion of Cox’s Bazar.

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