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Friday, March 1, 2024

1,250 more Rohingya refugees taken to Bhasan Char

Dhaka Tribune
Tribune Desk
Publish : 01 Mar 2024, 

A bird’s eye view of Rohingya camps in Bhasan Char. Photo: Dhaka Tribune


Another 1,250 Rohingyas have left for Noakhali's Bhasanchar from Teknaf and Ukhiya Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar.

The Rohingyas willing to go to Bhasanchar voluntarily were taken to Ukhiya Degree College grounds in Cox's Bazar by bus from various shelter camps around 11:30pm on Thursday night.

Myanmar: Unbearable levels of suffering and cruelty

Unite Nations
Human Rights
1 March 2024
 

© UNICEF/Patrick Brown
Rohingya refugees arrive by boat from Myanmar on the Bay of Bengal to Teknaf in Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh. (file)

The crisis in Myanmar is a “never-ending nightmare” for the country’s people happening far away from the international spotlight, UN rights chief Volker Türk told the Human Rights Council on Friday. 

UN Human Rights Council 55: UK Statement on Interactive Dialogue on Myanmar

Speech
From:Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office and Rita French
Location: Geneva
Published:1 March 2024

High Commissioner, we share your deep concern about rising atrocity risks across Myanmar.

Military airstrikes and the shelling of civilian targets continues to demonstrate a shocking disregard for innocent lives.

Thursday, February 29, 2024

Immigration busts Rohingya smuggling ring

The Star
Thursday, 29 Feb 2024 


PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department busted a Rohingya migrant smuggling syndicate in a special operation around Kota Baru, Kelantan.

Immigration director-general Datuk Ruslin Jusoh said the operation on Sunday led to the arrest of 10 people, including Ali, a Rohingya man suspected to be the syndicate’s mastermind, as well as two alleged “tekong darat” (ground coordinators).

Scores of captive Muslims forced to undergo military training at displaced camp

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.02.28

Junta authorities threaten to kill the 107 mostly ethnic Rohingyas if they refuse.

The Kyauk Ta Lone camp for displaced people in Kyaukphyu, Rakhine state, Myanmar, is seen Oct. 4, 2019. Ye Aung Thu/AFP
 
Junta authorities are holding more than 100 mostly ethnic Rohingya Muslims captive at a camp for the displaced in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state and threatening to kill them if they refuse to take part in military training, residents said Wednesday.

Myoma market in Sittwe struck by junta’s shelling, kills 12 , injures 30 others

Narinjara
Date: 29 February 2024

Breaking News

An artillery shell fired by junta forces struck Myoma market in Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State, resulting in the killing of Twelve people and injuring 30 others.

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Shahriar: Bangladesh warned neighbours about Rohingya challenges in 2017

Dhaka Tribune
Nurul Islam Hasib
Publish : 28 Feb 2024,

  • ‘Next five years agenda divided in two major parts – economic and politics’
  • ‘Continuity of govt has changed Bangladesh for good’
  • Developing skills of the migrant workers is a top priority
  • One of the biggest challenges is dealing with misinformation

 Rajshahi-6 MP Md Shahriar Alam speaking at an event in Dhaka on Wednesday, February 28, 2023. Photo: Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune
 
Rajshahi-6 MP Md Shahriar Alam, also the former state minister for foreign affairs, on Wednesday said that Bangladesh had conveyed to the neighbours back in 2017 about the consequences of the Rohingya crisis when the first massive exodus took place.

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Rohingyas being forcibly recruited by Myanmar military: report

The Daily Star
Agencies
Mon Feb 26, 2024 

Rohingyas offered citizenship cards, $41 monthly salary if they join the military

 

Photo: Collected

Myanmar's military is forcibly recruiting Rohingya men from villages and camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Rakhine State and it is feared that they will be used as human shields, said a report.

Myanmar junta detain over 400 Rohingya, citing obligation to get military training in Rakhine

mizzima
February 26, 2024

File Photo

In the third week of February, Myanmar’s Military Council apprehended more than 400 Rohingya men in Rakhine State, purportedly for compulsory participation in military training, as reported by people involved in addressing the Rohingya crisis.

Monday, February 26, 2024

Myanmar wants war with Bangladesh, RAB chief says as border skirmishes resume

bdnews24.com
Gopalganj Correspondent
Cox’s Bazar Correspondent & Teknaf
Published : 24 Feb 2024,

He says Hasina’s firm handling of matters has saved Bangladesh from starting a war with ‘provocative’ Myanmar

Myanmar has long been provoking Bangladesh to go into a war with it, but Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s resolute stance has preventeda full-scale conflict, the chief of the Rapid Action Battalion has said.

Sunday, February 25, 2024

Bangladesh police arrest 4 ARSA members with Arms in Cox's Bazar

Narinjara
Date: 25 February 2024
 

Four terrorists from the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) have been taken into custody by Bangladeshi police from a Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, according to Ukhia News.

Arakan Army seizes junta outposts in Minbya Town, Rakhine State

mizzima
February 24, 2024
 


The Arakan Army (AA) captured three outposts that had been under the control of the junta’s No. 9 Command Training Depot in Kanni Village, Minbya Town, Rakhine State. on 21 February.

AA captures Yan Aung Pyin outpost in Maungdaw

Narinjara
Date: 24 February 2024 

The Arakan Army (AA) has captured Yan Aung Pyin outpost in Maungdaw township of Rakhine State after a 5-hour long battle, said a statement.

Sunday, February 18, 2024

Rohingya crisis may get deeper for Bangladesh, India in coming days: Donald Lu

bdnews24.com
Senior Correspondent
Published : 18 Feb 2024,

The US assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia says he now spends a lot of time thinking about the refugee crisis, which does not appear to be getting better

Donald Lu, the US assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, has flagged the security risks from the Rohingya refugee crisis for Bangladesh and India amid the ongoing conflict between the Myanmar military and rebel groups.

Bangladesh refuses proposal to accept new Rohingyas

prothomalo
Raheed Ejaz, Dhaka
Updated: 18 Feb 2024

A boat enters Shahpari Island Jetty Ghat in Teknaf yesterday. Locals said, there were five Rohingyas, one of them was shotCollected

Friday, February 16, 2024

330 Myanmar personnel, others repatriated from Bangladesh

daily observer
Observer Correspondent
Published : Thursday, 15 February, 2024 

A total of 330 Myanmar personnel, who crossed the border and took refuge in Bangladesh during the ongoing conflict in Myanmar, were sent back to their country on Thursday amid tight security.

All 330 intruders sent back to Myanmar by ship

daily observer
Staff Correspondent
Published : Friday, 16 February, 2024

No Myanmar citizen will be allowed to enter BD: BGB DG

All 330 Myanmar nationals, including 302 Border Guard Police (BGP)
members, four BGP family members, two army personnel, 18 immigration officials and four civilians, who intruded into Bangladesh territory following escalation of fighting in Myanmar, were escorted by the BGB and handed over to the BGP, a BGB press release said.

300 Myanmar junta troops who fled attack return from Bangladesh

RFA
By RFA Burmese
2024.02.16

The troops had been stationed at a border post that the rebel Arakan Army captured earlier this month.

Myanmar citizens and Border Guard Police who crossed the Bangladesh-Myanmar border to seek shelter in Bangladesh are escorted back into Myanmar after arriving by ship at Cox’s Bazar on Feb. 15, 2024. (AFP
Some 300 members of a junta military unit and a border police force who fled to Bangladesh during an attack by the rebel Arakan Army have been repatriated to Myanmar, according to several Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

RAB Thwarts ARSA Plot and Uncovers Looming Crisis in Rohingya Camps

bnn
Muhammad Jawad
14 Feb 2024 

RAB Thwarts ARSA Plot and Uncovers Looming Crisis in Rohingya Camps

In the heart of Ukhiya camp No. 20, a clandestine operation unfolded on February 14, 2024. The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) of the Bangladesh police apprehended three high-ranking members of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA). Among them was Abul Hashim, the second-in-command, and a bodyguard of ARSA chief Ataullah Jununi. Foreign-made firearms and cartridges were discovered in the camp, hinting at a sinister plot.

Arsa chief Ataullah Jununi's bodyguard among 3 arrested

Dhaka Tribune
Abdul Aziz
Publish : 14 Feb 2024,

Three arrestees along with RAB members are seen pose for a photo in Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar. Photo: Dhaka Tribune
 
The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) has arrested three miscreants, including Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (Arsa) chief Ataullah Jununi's bodyguard, from the Rohingya camp in Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar.