Teknaf, Bangladesh: Over 25 dead bodies of Rohingya have been recovered from the Naff river by the Bangladesh Coastguards and police since October 8, who drowned after their boat capsized in the entry point of Shapuridip, Kamal Uddin from Shappuri Dip said. Continue reading
Mostly unofficial Rohingya refugees are facing problems and difficulties to repair their huts due to financial crisis, Rahamat Ullah from Balukhali makeshift camp said. Continue reading
Local goons from Ali Khali under Teknaf police station attempt to attack for money or valuable things on May 23, Rahaman, a refugee from Nayapara camp.
Bangladeshi security forces have detained more than a dozen members of Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya Muslim community and two men accused of attempting to smuggle them into Malaysia by boat on May 9, said the Office-in-Charge (OC), Mainuddin Khan from Teknaf police station.
Two unofficial Rohingya refugees of Leda camp (Tal) were hit and wounded by a speedy truck in Leda Station on April 29, Hamid Hussain, a refugee from Leda camp said.
Diarrhea, fever and stomach’s pain are affecting the Rohingya refugee children at Bangladesh-Burma border recently, Zaffar Ullah, a community health worker from the camp said.
The Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB) seized with a large number of Yaba (methamphetamine) tablets along the Bangladesh-Burma border under the Teknaf municipal areas recently, Jamal Uddin, a local trader from Teknaf.