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Saturday, May 11, 2019

Family Members of Three Rakhine Villagers who Died in Detention Demand Investigation.

RADIO FREE ASIA  
2019-05-10

Daw Ahla, wife of Thein Tun Sein who died in detention after being arrested by Myanmar's military.
RFA

The family members of three villagers from Myanmar’s Rakhine state who died while being detained by the military are demanding justice, saying that the military’s explanation for the villagers’ deaths were lies.

Bangladesh: Chinese Envoy Rapped for Linking Rohingya Crisis to Economic Trade.

RADIO FREE ASIA  
2019-05-10

Chinese envoy to Bangladesh Zhang Zuo (center) answers questions during a news conference in Dhaka, May 8, 2019.
BenarNews



A Bangladeshi official and political observers on Friday criticized a statement by the Chinese ambassador, who suggested this week that the Rohingya refugee crisis could be solved through economic development in neighboring Myanmar’s Rakhine state.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Myanmar Army Rounds Up Hundreds of Rakhine Villagers For Questioning.

RADIO FREE ASIA 
2019-05-01



Three people walk along a road are seen during a government-organized visit for journalists in Buthidaung townships close to the surge of fighting between ethnic armed rebel group of the Arakan Army and government troops in the restive Rakhine state, Jan. 25, 2019.

AFP


Myanmar’s military has rounded up several hundred people in several villages in Rakhine state for question on their ties to the Arakan Army (AA), holding 275 men after releasing women, children and the elderly, local sources told RFA’s Myanmar Service on Wednesday.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Myanmar’s Military Reports ARSA Attack on Police Vehicle in Rakhine State.

RADIO FREE ASIA   
2019-04-23

Myanmar soldiers walk away from a helicopter that took them to Maungdaw in western Myanmar's Rakhine state to track down attackers who staged deadly raids on border posts, Oct. 10, 2016.
AFP

Myanmar’s military reported that the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) attacked a police vehicle with mines Monday in Rakhine state’s Maungdaw township, repeating an earlier claim that the Muslim Rohingya militant group was working with the ethnic Rakhine rebel Arakan Army (AA).

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Arakan Army Leader Claims Myanmar Military Systematically Planned to ‘Crush’ His Group.

RADIO FREE ASIA 
2019-04-17

Arakan Army soldiers pass through a field in western Myanmar's Rakhine state in an undated photo.

Photo courtesy of Arakan Army News and Information



The leader of the Arakan Army based in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state said Wednesday that the military had systematically planned to “crush” his group ahead of hostilities that escalated between the two sides in January, and denied official claims of its involvement in terrorism and drug trafficking.

Maj. Gen. Tun Myat Naing, commander in chief of the AA, told reporters in Wa state's Panghsang township that crack troops from Myanmar’s military received special training more than a year ahead of being deployed to Rakhine state, where they engaged with AA soldiers in early January, following AA attacks on police outposts in northern Rakhine that killed 13 officers.
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