Rohingya face starvation and diseases

By Fayas Ahmed

Nearly 160,000 Rohingyas could be at risk of starvation and diseases such as— pneumonia, diarrhea, dysentery because of blocking aid by the Burmese government and military.
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Ration looting from Rohingya villagers

Maungdaw, Arakan State:  Burmese Army along with Border Guard Police (BGP) and Local Rakhine goons plundering ration from Rohingya villagers of Maung Nama village tract of Maungdaw Townsip on December 1 in the morning, a village elder Bakker said from Maung Nama Alay Wra village.
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Massacre in Hati Para tract of Maungdaw Township

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Burmese army massacred over 500 Rohingya villagers in Hati Para (Sin Thae Pyin) village tract on November 25, including men, women and children, Boshor from Hati Para (village) said.
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Terrified the Kyaa Gaung Taung villagers in Maungdaw

The Burmese army terrified the Rohingya villagers of Kyaa Gaung Taung village under  Maungdaw north such as—arresting, looting, raping women and girls, and set on firing the homes on November 22, Belal from the village said.
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Armed forces freely insulting Rohingya female

Burmese army personnel and Border Guard Police (BGP) have been freely insulting Rohingya females following attack of BGP three check-posts including BGP headquarters by unknown armed group in Maungdaw and Rathedaung Townships on October 9, a businessman Zalal Uddin Sha from Maungdaw Town said.  Continue reading

Arbitrary arrest and killings in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan state:   Rohingya villagers are arbitrary arrested and killed by BGP in Maungdaw Township after the attack of three BGP camps including headquarters by unknown armed group on October 9, Monzur Fokir said from Maungdaw Town.
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Police loot money from villager in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Maungdaw Police looted Kyat 300,000 from a villager of northern Maungdaw on July 3, over the allegation that he had involved in human trafficking, Hamid, a close relative of the victim.
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