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Showing posts with label Prison. Show all posts
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Saturday, December 10, 2022

Over 400 Rohingya detained in Ayeyarwady Region’s Pathein Prison

mizzima
07 December 2022

More than 400 Rohingya have been detained in Pathein Prison, in Ayeyarwady Region since the February 2021 military coup, according to sources in the legal professions.

The arrested Rohingya came from Rakhine State's Kyauktaw, Buthidaung, Sittwe, Rathaedaung and Maungdaw townships. They were apprehended trying to use waterways to illegally enter Ayeyarwady Region, which borders Rakhine State.

According to sources from the legal professions after the Rohingya were captured the junta filed charges against them under the Registration Act and sentenced them to prison terms ranging from two to five years.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Japanese journalist held in Myanmar moved to prison, embassy says

the japan times
KYODO
Apr 19, 2021



YANGON, MYANMAR – A Japanese freelance journalist detained by security forces in Myanmar’s largest city Yangon has been investigated for allegedly spreading fake news, the Japanese Embassy in Myanmar said Monday.

Yuki Kitazumi, a former reporter for the Tokyo-based Nikkei business daily who now lives in Yangon, was detained by security forces in Yangon on Sunday, local media reported. The embassy said earlier Monday that Kitazumi was transferred to prison.

Kitazumi’s reports on protests against the Feb. 1 coup in Myanmar have been carried by Japanese media and he has also posted about the situation in the country on social media, which could be regarded as information disadvantaging the ruling military and “fake news.”

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Myanmar Court Jails 15 Rohingya For Two Years For Trying to Flee Country

Radio Free Asia
2020-03-06
Myanmar police officers escort the convicted Rohingya to a police van following their sentencing at a courthouse in Minhla township, central Myanmar's Magway region, March 6, 2020.
RFA video screenshot

A court in central Myanmar’s Magway region on Friday sentenced 15 Rohingya Muslims to a maximum of two years in prison each for attempting to leave the country illegally, an immigration official said.

Authorities in Minhla township arrested the 15 adults and one child for traveling without official proof of identity or travel documents on Feb. 14.

Eight men and seven women were sentenced at the township courthouse under Section 6(3) of Myanmar’s Immigration Act and immediately transferred to Thayet Prison, while the six-year-old was sent to the Magway Child Care Center run by the region’s social welfare department.