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Showing posts with label Ponnagyun. Show all posts
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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

New curfew imposed in Rakhine State.

MYANMAR TIMES 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 03, 2019
NYAN LYNN AUNG


Rakhine ethnic people travel by motorbike in Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar. Photo - EPA



A curfew was imposed from 9pm to 5am in five townships in northern Rakhine State on Tuesday following clashes between the Tatmadaw (military) and Arakan Army (AA), according to the state government.


The state issued a statement signed by Security and Border Affairs Minister Colonel Phone Tint on Monday that said the curfew had been ordered to enforce the administration, rules and regulations of the government as well as to protect the state’s businesses and economy.

“There is a public curfew in the late evening,” said a state official who asked not to be named.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Police Convoy Attacked in Northern Rakhine; Locals Say Officers Killed

The Irrawaddy  
By Min Aung Khine, 28 February 2019

A car that was attacked on Wednesday night in Ponnagyun Township, Rakhine State, sits on the side of the road at the scene of the attack on Thursday. / Supplied

SITTWE, Rakhine State — At least two police officers were among those killed in an attack on a police convoy on the main road through northern Rakhine State’s Ponnagyun Township on Wednesday night, according to police, local residents and photos on Facebook.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Hundreds More Flee Fighting in Northern Rakhine Over Weekend.

The Irrawaddy





11 February 2019, By MOE MYINT








People displaced by fighting between the Myanmar military and Arakan Army over the weekend take shelter and have a meal at the Yoe Ta Yoke monastery in Ponnagyun Township, Rakhine State, on Sunday. / Rakhine Ethnic Congress / Facebook



YANGON — Fighting between the Arakan Army (AA) and the Myanmar military’s Light Infantry Division 22 drove more than 500 residents of Saung Du Village, in northern Rakhine State’s Kyauktaw Township, out of their homes over the weekend.

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