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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

UN World Food Program decries looting and burning of its warehouse in western Myanmar combat zone

The Washinton Post
By Associated Press
June 25, 2024 

The United Nations’ food agency has strongly condemned the looting of food supplies and burning of one of its warehouses in a war-torn area in Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine


BANGKOK — The United Nations’ food agency on Tuesday strongly condemned the looting of food supplies and burning of one of its warehouses over the weekend in a war-torn area in Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine.

A statement released by the World Food Program said the destroyed building in Rakhine’s Maungdaw township held 1,175 metric tons (1,295 U.S. tons) of food and supplies — enough to sustain 64,000 people for a month in case of an emergency.

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Escaping inferno: Rohingya flee as violence escalates in Rakhine

BIG NEWS NETWORK
Khalid Umar Malik
16th June 2024, 

RAKHINE, Myanmar - Fighting between the Myanmar military and the Arakan Army (AA) has risen in the western province of Rakhine in recent days, putting thousands of predominantly Muslim Rohingya residents at risk.

According to discussions with Rohingya activists who spoke with witnesses in Buthidaung, there have been large fires throughout the town in recent days.

Friday, June 14, 2024

Rohingya Muslims Flee Violence in Myanmar as ‘Hate-Driven Unnatural Disaster Unfolds’ – Sparking Pleas for UK and US to Act

BYLINE TIMES
Steve Shaw
14 June 2024

The attack on Buthidaung – where thousands of Rohingya Muslims had sought refuge – has been called a “turning point” in what has been dubbed a “slow-burning genocide”

Rohingya women sit inside a shelter in Lhokseumawe, Aceh province, Indonesia, in December 2023. Photo: Associated Press / Alamy
 
It was late evening when the first bursts of gunfire echoed through the town of Buthidaung in western Myanmar. Soon after, dark plumes of smoke rose as home after home was set ablaze.

Sunday, June 9, 2024

Myanmar’s Rohingya ‘trapped between hammer and anvil’ as junta, rebels sow terror in Rakhine

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST
Shaikh Azizur Rahman
Published: 6 Jun 2024

  • Muslim minority residents ‘pushed to the wall’ as security forces and the Arakan Army target villages with arson attacks and killings 
A woman cooks next to destroyed houses and burned trees following fighting between Myanmar’s military and the Arakan Army in a village in Rakhine state on May 21. Photo: AFP

A fierce gunfight between Myanmar’s military and the Arakan Army (AA) rebels in Rakhine state has thrust Rohingya Muslims into a fresh spiral of organised violence as alleged beheadings and arson attacks rattle the persecuted community.

Sunday, May 26, 2024

Entire town ablaze; Rohingya inhabitants caught amidst Myanmar's civil war flames.

aussiedlerbote.de 
Michael Bootcampf
2024 May 23 . 7:52 A

Families of Rohingya individuals in western Myanmar reportedly are struggling to reach their loved ones amidst the aftermath of recent widespread arson attacks that have displaced around 200,000 people and destroyed countless homes. 

Satellite imagery provided by Planet Labs, PBC, taken on May 20, shows thermal scarring across Buthidaung, Myanmar.
 
The persecution of Myanmar's Rohingya community has been a continuous tragedy, with many calling it genocide committed by the country's military. Now, they are stuck in the middle of a worsening conflict as the military battles several ethnic armed groups and resistance forces.

Friday, May 24, 2024

Rohingyas bear the brunt as violence escalates in Myanmar

The South Asia Times
Friday, 24 May, 2024 

About 600,000 Rohingya remain in Myanmar, mostly in Rakhine state. (Photo courtesy: Wikimedia Commons) 
 

New York: Having faced decades of discrimination and repression under successive Myanmar authorities, the situation remains dire for the Muslim minority Rohingyas who have been bearing the brunt of fighting between the military and an ethnic armed group.

‘The entire town is burning.’ Fires rage as Rohingya caught up on the front lines of Myanmar’s civil war

CNN
By Helen Regan and Avery Schmitz,
Thu May 23, 2024 

Satellite imagery provided by Planet Labs, PBC, taken on May 20, shows thermal scarring across Buthidaung, Myanmar.Planet Labs, PBC

 CNN — Families of Rohingya people trapped in Myanmar’s west are desperately trying to contact loved ones after a weekend of widespread arson attacks displaced up to 200,000 people and caused extensive destruction of homes.

Rohingya groups call for urgent ‘humanitarian intervention’ after violence escalates in Myanmar’s Arakan

maktoob media
Maktoob Staff
May 23, 2024

Rohingya organizations on Wednesday issued a dire warning about the worsening humanitarian crisis in Arakan, urging the international community to take immediate action to protect the persecuted ethnic minority from further displacement, violence, and potential mass atrocities.

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

‘Nowhere to go’: Rohingya face arson attacks in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

Aljazeera
By Caleb Quinley
Published On 21 May 2024

Rohingya, targeted by the Myanmar military in 2017, are caught in the middle as the Arakan Army and military battle in the western state.

Smoke billows from a group of houses set on fire over the weekend [Courtesy of Planet Labs PBC]
 
Fighting between the Myanmar military and the Arakan Army (AA) has escalated in the western state of Rakhine in recent days, putting thousands of mostly Muslim Rohingya who live in the area at increased risk.

Sunday, May 19, 2024

Myanmar rebel group claims control of town, denies targeting Rohingya

REUTERS
May 19, 2024

Fire smokes are seen over a village in Buthidaung, Myanmar August 29, 2017. RETUERS/Soe Zeya Tun/File Photo Purchase Licensing Rights
May 19 (Reuters) - A powerful armed ethnic group in Myanmar said on Sunday it had won control over a town in the western state of Rakhine after weeks of fighting, denying accusations it had targeted members of the Muslim-minority Rohingya during the offensive.

About 30 Rohingya killed in clashes between Myanmar junta, insurgents

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.05.18 

Thousands are fleeing a township after the Arakan Army ordered them to leav

The entrance to Buthidaung town in Rakhine state as seen in an undated file photo. Photo: RFA
About 30 members of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority have been killed in clashes between junta forces and ethnic minority Buddhist insurgents, residents of Rakhine State said on Saturday, raising new fears that the persecuted Muslim community is being caught in the middle of increasingly bitter fighting.

Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Thousands of Rohingyas flee to rebel territory amid clashes in Rakhine

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.05.13

Activists have welcomed the Arakan Army’s assistance to Rohingyas.
Rohingya people from Buthidaung township flee to Arakan Army (AA) controlled areas from armed clashes May 8, 2024. United League of Arakan 

Around 7,000 Rohingyas in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state are sheltering in rebel territory amid escalating tensions between the military and the Arakan Army, according to residents and the AA.

Fighting in Rakhine state townships displaces 40,000 Rohingyas

NewsGram
NewsGram Desk
13 May 2024, 

At least 40,000 ethnic Rohingyas have been forced to flee intense clashes between junta troops and the rebel Arakan Army in two townships in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state since the start of the week, and are now facing a humanitarian crisis, the displaced told RFA Burmese on Thursday.

Fighting in Rakhine state:- At least 40,000 ethnic Rohingyas have been forced to flee intense clashes between junta troops and the rebel Arakan Army. [RFA]
 
Fighting in Rakhine state:- At least 40,000 ethnic Rohingyas have been forced to flee intense clashes between junta troops and the rebel Arakan Army in two townships in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state since the start of the week, and are now facing a humanitarian crisis, the displaced told RFA Burmese on Thursday.

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Thousands of Rohingyas flee to rebel territory amid clashes in Rakhine

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.05.09 

They now face a humanitarian crisis. 

Rohingya people protest in Buthidaung township, Rakhine state, Myanmar, March 19, 2024. Han Nyein Oo
 
At least 40,000 ethnic Rohingyas have been forced to flee intense clashes between junta troops and the rebel Arakan Army in two townships in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state since the start of the week, and are now facing a humanitarian crisis, the displaced told RFA Burmese on Thursday.

Sunday, April 28, 2024

Myanmar’s Arakan Army Denies Killing Five Rohingya Civilians

The Arakan Army has denied accusations that its forces killed five Rohingya civilians in Rakhine State’s Maungdaw Township, blaming the killings on “criminal gangs”.

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Junta forces Rohingyas to protest ethnic rebels in Myanmar’s Rakhine state

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.04.22 

Those who refuse to denounce the Arakan Army are made to pay fines.

Rohingyas from Bu May and Bar Sar Ra villages of Sittwe township, Rakhine state, protest March 23, 2024. Myanmar Military
 
Junta authorities in western Myanmar forced hundreds of Rohingya Muslims to protest an ethnic rebel offensive that has the military on the ropes in Rakhine state – and fining them if they didn’t participate, residents said Monday. 

Thursday, April 18, 2024

Thousands of Burma nationals seek refuge in Thailand; New Zealand unable to block invitation to regime

DVB
FROM THE DVB NEWSROOM,English Editor
April 17, 2024

A Karen soldier burned the Burma flag and hoisted the Karen National Union flag after it repelled a regime attack on Myawaddy Sunday. (Credit: Reuters)
Thousands of Burma nationals seek refuge in Thailand

Rental rates in Mae Sot, Thailand have risen as thousands of Burma nationals have arrived in the town to escape fighting in Karen State. Myawaddy residents have fled to Mae Sot in fear of attacks by the military after the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) seized control of the town on April 11.

Rohingya Muslims forcibly conscripted in Myanmar, deployed as human shields

ABNA
Tuesday,16 April 2024

The military in Myanmar military has forcibly recruited over a thousand Rohingya Muslim men and boys while the religious minority members are denied citizenship, a report said.

AhlulBayt News Agency: The military in Myanmar military has forcibly recruited over a thousand Rohingya Muslim men and boys while the religious minority members are denied citizenship, a report said.

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Dozens of Rohingya killed in 5 months of renewed fighting in western Myanmar

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.04.01

The attacks have left an already traumatized community in constant fear for their lives.

Residents of Thada village, Minbya township, Myanmar, mourn villagers killed during an overnight airstrike by the military junta, March 18, 2024. ,AA Info Desk

Junta airstrikes and artillery bombardments in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state have killed 79 Rohingya Muslims and injured 127 more since ethnic Arakan Army rebels ended a ceasefire with the military in November, according to data compiled by RFA Burmese.