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Showing posts with label Human Traffick. Show all posts
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Monday, November 4, 2019

Billionaire trafficker arrested over mass graves case that saw Rohingya shipped to Phuket

Phuket News
By The Phuket News
Monday 4 November 2019,

The arrest was announced in Bangkok yesterday (Nov 2). Photo: Immigration Bureau


PHUKET: A baht-billionaire allegedly involved in the human trafficking of Rohingya fleeing persecution in Myanmar in the notorious case leading to the discovery of mass graves of the migrants on the Thai side of the Malaysian border four years ago has been handed over to Thai authorities after being arrested in Cambodia.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Court hikes jail terms in infamous Rohingya graveyard case

Bangkok Post
 1 Nov 2019

Former army adviser and lieutenant-general Manas Kongpan arrives at the Criminal Court in Bangkok on Thursday to hear the Appeal Court's ruling in the Rohingya human trafficking case. His jail terms were extended from 27 to 82 years. (Photo by Varuth Hirunyatheb) 


The Appeal Court has significantly increased the prison terms for many defendants in the huge Rohingya trafficking case that followed the discovery of the graves of many illegal migrants in the far South four years ago.

Sentences were increased to around 80 years for defendants including an army lieutenant general and several local southern politicians.

Saturday, July 20, 2019

Bangladesh police arrest 12 as Rohingya trafficking fears rise

Friday, July 19, 2019

RAB arrests 13 alleges human traffickers including 2 Rohingya women

bdnews24.com
Keraniganj Correspondent,
Published: 19 Jul 2019

 
The RAB has arrested 13 members of a group allegedly engaged in trafficking people to Malaysia and the Middle East.
The arrestees include two Rohingya women.

The elite police unit arrested them on Thursday night following their drives at Hasnabad in Keraniganj Upazila and other parts of Dhaka, said RAB-10 chief Additional DIG Md Qaiyumuzzaman Khan.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Bangladesh police kill three suspected Rohingya traffickers; rescue 15 refugees

REUTERS
June 25, 2019

COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Bangladesh police killed three people suspected of trying to smuggle 15 Rohingya Muslim refugees to Malaysia in a clash on Tuesday near the South Asian nation’s main refugee camp, an official said, the second such incident in as many months.

Sunday, June 23, 2019

2 ‘human traffickers’ killed in Cox’s Bazar ‘gunfight’

The Daily Star
June 23, 2019

Two alleged human traffickers including a Rohingya youth were killed in a reported gunfight with police in Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar early today.

The deceased were identified as Omar Faruk, 19, son of Habibullah and a resident of Kutupalang Rohingya camp and Md Rubel, 23, hailed from Teknaf.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Fishing boat carrying 64 Rohingya Muslims found shipwrecked on Thai island

Evening Standard
Bonnie Christian
11/06/2019
A fishing boat which according to officials was smuggling Rohingya refugees is seen stranded at Rawi island. ( REUTERS )  


A fishing boat carrying 64 Rohingya Muslim refugees has been found beached on an island in southern Thailand, officials have said.

The chief of Tarutao National Marine Park, Kanjanapan Kamhaeng, said a boat carrying the Rohingya - 28 men, 31, women and five children - was discovered on Tuesday morning.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Will Malaysia finally address the human trafficking of Rohingya?

THE Star ONLINE 
Sunday, 9 Jun 2019

Horrific tragedy: In 2015 authorities discovered death camps and mass graves on both sides of the Thailand and Malaysian border.

IN A FEW WEEKS, Thailand and Malaysia will again be ranked in the US Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP report) for their efforts in combating human trafficking. Many government’s rightly go to great lengths to avoid the lowest ranking – Tier 3 – as it can invite sanctions and have other punitive ripple effects, such as discouraging foreign investment.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Bangladesh to erect fence to fight Rohingya trafficking

AA 
SM Najmus Sakib
24.05.2019 
 
Move aims to prevent Rohingya from being trafficked, halt them from leaving camp area, official says
DHAKA

Bangladesh has opted for barbed wire-fencing around refugee camps amid a dramatic rise in the trafficking of Rohingya.

Mohammad Abdul Kalam, chairman of Bangladesh’s Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commission (RRRC), told Anadolu Agency on Wednesday that the move was decided on back in 2017 but was not implemented as it had not reached a crisis level then.

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Bangladesh stops 84 Rohingyas from perilous sea journey

THE STRAITS TIMES
18 May 2019


COX'S BAZAR (AFP) - Bangladesh authorities prevented 84 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar from attempting a perilous boat journey to Malaysia, officials said Saturday (May 18).

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Bangladesh police 'rescue' dozens of Rohingya being trafficked to Malaysia

REUTERS
May 14, 2019


COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Bangladeshi police prevented dozens of Rohingya Muslims, most of them women, about to be trafficked to Malaysia by boat, authorities said on Tuesday.

Traffickers had picked up at least 69 Rohingya from refugee camps in the Cox’s Bazar district, promising them work in Malaysia where many Rohingya already live, police said.

Scores of Rohingya Muslims have boarded boats in recent months to try to reach Malaysia, part of what authorities fear could be a new wave of people smuggling by sea after a 2015 crackdown on trafficking.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Mizoram: 23 Nepali girls rescued, 8 Rohingya women still detained

EASTMOJO
Henry L Khojol
01 May, 2019 



The girls in their teens were allegedly trafficked from Nepal and were suspected to be sent to Southeast Asian countries via Mizoram for forced prostitution, say police


Aizawl: At least 23 girls from Nepal allegedly trafficked for flesh trade were rescued by Mizoram police, a senior police officer said on Tuesday.

Mizoram Inspector General of Police (intelligence and law and order) LH Shanliana told EastMojo that the Nepali girls, believed to be victims of human trafficking, were rescued from Aizawl and Champhai near Myanmar border last week.

Sunday, April 21, 2019

495 foreigners are in jails: Asaduzzaman

Theindepedent
Independent Online Desk
20 April, 2019
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Saturday said there are 495 foreigners in Bangladesh jails.

“A total of 495 nationals of different countries are now languishing in Bangladesh jails,” he said at a seminar titled “Combating Trafficking: Repatriation of Victims of Trafficking” in the city.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Malaysia begins inquiry into 2015 discovery of mass graves, human trafficking camps

REUTERS
April 17, 2019 /


KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia began a public inquiry on Wednesday into the discovery of mass graves and suspected human trafficking camps in the jungles near its border with Thailand, which prompted a regional crisis in 2015, and accusations over obstruction of justice.

The dense jungles of southern Thailand and northern Malaysia have been a major stop-off point for smugglers bringing people to Southeast Asia by boat from Myanmar, most of them Rohingya Muslims who say they are fleeing persecution, and Bangladesh.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Malaysia Says 200 Rohingya Migrants Still at Sea After Latest Arrival

NEWS18
Reuters
Updated:April 8, 2019,

Scores of Rohingya Muslims have boarded boats in recent months to try to reach Malaysia, part of what authorities fear could be a new wave of people smuggling by sea after a 2015 crackdown on trafficking.


Kuala Lampur: Malaysian authorities on Monday were on the lookout for boats believed to be carrying up to 200 Rohingya after dozens of migrants were found near a beach in the country's north.

Scores of Rohingya Muslims have boarded boats in recent months to try to reach Malaysia, part of what authorities fear could be a new wave of people smuggling by sea after a 2015 crackdown on trafficking.

37 Rohingya Muslims found on Malaysian beach

ALARABIA

‘Sold Like Fish’ Report Claims Crimes Against Humanity Committed

The Organization for World Peace 
7 Apr, 2019
Current Events / Myanmar
by Laura O'Dwyer





A report based on a multi-year independent investigation had been released by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM), and human rights advocacy group Fortify Rights on Wednesday, March 20. The 121-page report, titled ‘Sold Like Fish’ focuses on the human trafficking of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar and Bangladesh to Malaysia from 2012 to 2015. It releases unpublished evidence of the human rights violations that occurred, including 270 interviews conducted with survivors and witnesses of the human trafficking, as well as governmental officials.

Sunday, April 7, 2019

I was sold seven times, says Rohingya refugee

FMT
Ainaa Aiman
April 7, 2019 
 
                         Rohigya refugee Ziaur Rahman tells of the horrors of life as a victim of human traffickers.

PETALING JAYA: Rohingya refugee Ziaur Rahman, then 20, was kidnapped while he was walking around his settlement in Bangladesh and sold a total of seven times over the next three months.

He said he was kidnapped by people who were themselves from the refugee camps. “They mix around with the Bangladeshi and Myanmarese and Rohingyas. You cannot identify them,” he said.

Saturday, April 6, 2019

A New Report Sheds Light on an International Rohingya Trafficking Network

FRONTLINE
April 5, 2019
by Marcia Robiou
Rohingya migrants on a boat drifting in Thai waters off the southern island of Koh Lipe in the Andaman sea on May 14, 2015. (Christophe Archambault/AFP/Getty Images)


In January 2015, Malaysian police officers were patrolling a remote stretch of the Thailand-Malaysia border when they made a startling discovery: a cluster of makeshift cages, draped in tarp and fenced in with barbed wire, with dozens of people trapped inside.

Bangladesh rescues 115 Rohingyas from being smuggled out to Malaysia

bdnews24.com
Cox’s Bazar Correspondent,  bdnews24.com

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