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Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Six killed as hundreds of Rohingya flee Malaysia detention

Aljazeera
20 Apr 2022

More than 500 escaped an immigration detention centre in the country’s north early on Wednesday, but some were killed as they tried to cross a highway.

Rohingya refugees, who escaped from a Malaysian Immigration detention centre on Wednesday, squat on the verge after being rearrested by police [Royal Malaysia Police via AFP]



Malaysia set up roadblocks and deployed the police, immigration and volunteer security services after more than 500 mostly Muslim Rohingya refugees fled a temporary immigration detention centre in the country’s north.

Sunday, October 3, 2021

Rights groups urge full probe into Rohingya leader’s killing

Aljazeera
2 Oct 2021


Mohibullah, a prominent Rohingya leader, was killed this week at world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh.
Rohingya refugees offer funeral prayers for Rohingya community leader Mohibullah at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on September 30, 2021, a day after unidentified assailants gunned him down outside his office [Tanbir Miraj / AFP]
Rohingya refugees offer funeral prayers for Rohingya community leader Mohibullah at Kutupalong refugee camp in Ukhia on September 30, 2021, a day after unidentified assailants gunned him down outside his office [Tanbir Miraj / AFP]

Rights groups have called for an investigation into the killing of a prominent Rohingya leader who was shot to death at the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh.

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Rohingya Civil-Rights Leader Mohib Ullah Killed in Bangladesh

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Feliz Soloman
Sept. 30, 2021

Human-rights advocates call for investigation after he was shot dead in refugee camp 

A leader of the Rohingya Muslim community was shot and killed by unidentified gunmen in a refugee camp in Bangladesh, prompting calls from rights advocates for an investigation.

Mohib Ullah, who his colleagues say was 48 years old, was among the most high-profile advocates for the Rohingya, a stateless minority from Myanmar that was targeted in a 2017 military offensive that forced more than 740,000 to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. United Nations investigators have called for Myanmar army leaders to face genocide charges over the attacks.

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

2 Rohingyas killed in landslides

The Daily Star
Our Correspondent, Cox’s Bazar
June 06, 2021

Two Rohingyas were killed in two incidents of landslides in refugee camps of Ukhiya and Teknaf upazilas yesterday.

The deceased are Rafique Allah, 32, a resident of Moynarghona camp-12 of Ukhiya, and Noor Hasina, 20, who lived in camp-21 in Whykong union of Teknaf upazila.

A portion of hill collapsed on Noor Hasina around 10:00am in the morning following heavy downpour in the Chakmarkool Rohingya Camp.

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Eight killed as security forces open fire on protesters in Myanmar

The Guardian
Reuters
Sun 2 May 2021

Protests against military rule were some of the biggest in days after a spell of dwindling crowds

Protesters in Kyaukme, in Shan state, Myanmar. Photograph: Shwe Phee Myay news agency/AFP/Getty Images

Security forces in Myanmar have opened fire on some of the biggest protests against military rule in days, killing eight people, media reported.

The protests, after a spell of dwindling crowds and what appeared to be more restraint by the security forces, were coordinated with demonstrations in Burmese communities around the world to mark what organisers called “the global Myanmar spring revolution”.

“Shake the world with the voice of Myanmar people’s unity,” the organisers said in a statement.

Monday, April 26, 2021

Rohingya youth killed in ‘gunfight’ with BGB at Ghumdhum border

Dhaka Tribune
Abdul Aziz, Cox’s Bazar
April 23rd, 2021
Representational image. BIGSTOCK


The alleged gunfight took place in the early hours of Friday

A Rohingya youth named Mohammad Ibrahim was killed reportedly in a gunfight with Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) members on Bangladesh-Myanmar border at Ghumdhum in Naikhongchhari, an upazila in Bandarban adjacent to Cox's Bazar district.

BGB says the deceased was a yaba peddler. He was from Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar.

Monday, April 12, 2021

Ten Myanmar policemen killed in attack by ethnic armies opposed to junta-report

THE ECONOMIC TIMES
ReutersLast Updated: Apr 10, 2021,

More than 600 people have been killed by the military in the crackdown on protests against the Feb. 1 coup, according to a monitoring group.

An alliance of ethnic armies in Myanmar that has opposed the junta's crackdown on anti-coup protests attacked a police station in the east on Saturday and at least 10 policemen were killed, domestic media said.

The police station at Naungmon in Shan state was attacked early in the morning by fighters from an alliance that includes the Arakan Army, the Ta'ang National Liberation Army and the Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army, media reported.

Shan News said at least 10 policemen were killed, while the Shwe Phee Myay news outlet put the death toll at 14.

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Why Myanmar’s massacres shame the world

ZAWYA
SECURITY|
By Yossi Mekelberg, Arab News
03 APRIL, 2021


To a large extent we have arrived at this point due to the past failures of the international community to hold Myanmar’s military accountable for their crimes


Members of the armed forces stand guard during a protest against the military coup, in Yangon, Myanmar March 27, 2021.REUTERS/Stringer

When representatives of all UN member states met in 2005 for the World Summit, billed at the time as the “largest gathering of world leaders in history,” and passed a resolution that set out the parameters for the Responsibility to Protect populations (R2P) from genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing, there was an air of togetherness and optimism that the journey toward eradicating these horrific phenomena had begun.

At least 550 people killed by Myanmar's military since February coup, says advocacy group

CNN
By Sandi Sidhu and Salai TZ, CNN
April 4, 2021





















(CNN)At least 550 people have been killed by Myanmar's military in the aftermath of a coup which overthrew the elected government on February 1, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), an advocacy group based in neighboring Thailand.

Security officials have responded to dissent with a brutal crackdown and detained thousands, including at least 11 people arrested in Myanmar's biggest city Yangon Friday, minutes after being interviewed by CNN journalists.

The CNN team visited the Ten Miles bazaar in Yangon's Insein township, where they interviewed a number of local residents. Among the interviewees were two women who raised the three-finger protest salute.

Sunday, April 4, 2021

Myanmar's military junta has reportedly killed at least 43 children since coup

abc News
Morgan Winsor
2 April 2021,


"This is a nightmare scenario unfolding."

LONDON -- At least 43 children have been reportedly killed by armed forces in Myanmar in the two months since the military junta seized power, according to international humanitarian group Save the Children, which described the situation as "a nightmare scenario unfolding."

"We are shocked that children continue to be among the targets of these fatal attacks, despite repeated calls to protect children from harm," Save the Children said in a statement Wednesday. "It is clear that Myanmar is no longer a safe place for children."


Overall, at least 543 people -- adults and children -- have been killed by authorities since the Feb. 1 coup, though the actual number of fatalities is likely much higher, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, a human rights organization based in Myanmar's largest city, Yangon.

Saturday, April 3, 2021

Fire in market at Rohingya camp in Bangladesh kills 3

AA
Md. Kamruzzaman 
DHAKA, Bangladesh
02.04.2021

At least 7 shops have been gutted, says fire service official
FILE PHOTO


At least three Rohingya refugees were killed and seven shops were gutted when a fire broke out early Friday in a market at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh’s southern district of Cox’s Bazar, in the second such incident in the past 10 days, according to official sources.

“We have recovered three bodies from inside the gutted shops,” Md Abdullah, deputy assistant director of Cox's Bazar Fire Service and Civil Defense, told Anadolu Agency.

Monday, March 29, 2021

Myanmar security forces kill over 100 protesters in 'horrifying' day of bloodshed

REUTERS
Reuters Staff
MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
MARCH 27, 2021

(Reuters) -Myanmar security forces killed 114 people, including some children, in a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday, the bloodiest day of violence since last month’s military coup, news reports and witnesses said.

 

The killings, which took place on Armed Forces Day, drew strong renewed criticism from Western countries. British Ambassador Dan Chugg said the security forces had “disgraced themselves” and the U.S. envoy called the violence horrifying.

Military jets also launched air strikes on a village in territory controlled by an armed group from the Karen ethnic minority and at least two people were killed, a civil society group said.

Friday, March 19, 2021

Chinese factory management rebukes rumors alleging its collusion with Myanmar's military to kill local workers

Global Times
By Li Sikun
Published: Mar 19, 2021
Cars are burned down at a China-invested factory in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: Interviewee

Ever since Chinese factories in Myanmar were looted and set on fire over the weekend, more and more outrageous rumors have been infested on Myanmar's social media.

A rumor that the Chinese-owned Xing Jia Shoe Factory, located in Hlaing Thar Yar, Yangon, cooperated with Myanmar's military to trap and kill local workers, resulting in at least five deaths and many arrests, has been widely circulating on Twitter and Facebook since Wednesday.

Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Black Sunday in Myanmar: Dozens Killed as Martial Law Declared

THE I DIPLOMAT
By Sebastian Strangio
March 15, 2021

The day saw at least 39 people killed by security forces, as Chinese-financed factories came under attack.
Anti-Coup protesters carry an injured man following clashes with security forces in Yangon, Myanmar. Match 14 2021, Credit AP Photo

Myanmar’s ruling junta has declared martial law in parts of the country’s largest city as crackdowns by security forces began to take the contours of an internal counterinsurgency war. At least 39 people were killed by police and soldiers in Myanmar on Sunday, a harrowing crescendo to the six weeks of protests that have followed the military’s seizure of power on February 1.

According to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, a local civil society group, the death toll included at least 22 anti-coup protesters killed in the working class suburb of Hlaingthaya, in the northern suburbs of Yangon, as Chinese-owned businesses in the area were set on fire. At least 16 people were killed elsewhere in the country, including one policeman. The real death toll from the day could well be much higher, with Radio Free Asia reporting as many as 70 deaths from the day’s crackdown, including 51 in Hlaingthaya.

Monday, March 15, 2021

At least 12 killed in Myanmar anti-coup protests

New York Post
By Reuters
March 13, 2021 
An anti military coup protester throw a Molotov cocktail on the other side of the makeshift barricade during a demonstration against the military coup in Myanmar.Aung Kyaw Htet/SOPA Images/Shutterstock

Myanmar security forces killed at least 12 people, witnesses and media reported, as the acting leader of a civilian parallel government vowed in a first public address on Saturday to pursue a “revolution” to overturn the Feb. 1 military coup.

Five people were shot dead and several injured when police opened fire on a sit-in protest in Mandalay, Myanmar’s second-biggest city, witnesses told Reuters.

Another person was killed in the central town of Pyay and two died in police firing in the commercial capital Yangon, where three were also killed overnight, domestic media reported.

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Woman killed, eight others injured in Minbya artillery explosion

Narinjara News,
11 January 2021 

 A 40-year-old woman was killed and eight other persons were injured in an artillery explosion at Spar Htar village under Minbya township of Rakhine State.

The village administrator confirmed that the incident took place yesterday afternoon where Daw Hla Than Nwe lost her life.

“Hla Than Nwe died on the spot. Out of the eight injured individuals, five were taken to Mrauk-U hospital with serious wounds. Others were sent to Myaungbwe station hospital. Some children also sustained injuries in the explosion,” added the village administrator.

The artillery shell was picked up by a villager from inside the forest and it got exploded when he hammered on it. Many villagers were looking at him during the incident. The shell exploded at around 1:35 pm.

Monday, October 26, 2020

Rohingya teen killed in landmine explosion

The Daily Star 
 Sanjoy Kumar Barua
October 25, 2020

A Rohingya teenage boy was killed in a landmine explosion on the Myanmar side of the border along Bandarban on Friday afternoon, said police.

The dead is Mohammad Jaber, 13, of Kutupalong Lambashia Rohingya camp, said Alamgir Hossain, officer-in-charge of Naikhyangchhari Police Station.

Jaber died near pillar number 40 at Ghumdum in Bandarban's Naikhongchhari upazila when he was returning along with a few others from Myanmar to Kutupalong camp on Friday afternoon, said the OC.

Friday, October 9, 2020

Two Former Myanmar Soldiers Say They Helped Kill Up to 180 Rohingya People

VICE 
by Joe Freeman
08 September 2020 


This is the first time former members of Myanmar's military have admitted mass atrocities against Rohingya and is seen as a "huge development" in human rights cases filed against the country's top generals.

Smoke billows above what is believed to be a burning village in Myanmar's Rakhine state as members of the Rohingya Muslim minority take shelter in a no-man's land between Bangladesh and Myanmar in Ukhia on Sept. 4, 2017. Photo: K.M. ASAD / AFP

Two former soldiers from Myanmar admitted to taking part in the killing of up to 180 Rohingya men, women and children during a crackdown on the Muslim minority in 2017, a prominent rights group said Tuesday, September 8, releasing explosive testimony that is unprecedented as it comes from onetime members of the deeply secretive military.

In video testimony obtained by NGO Fortify Rights, Private Myo Win Tun said he executed people during operations that started in August 2017 in northern Rakhine state and that one of his commanders ordered soldiers to “exterminate all kalar,” a derogatory reference to Muslims in Myanmar. He also admitted to rape.

“The Muslim men were shot on their foreheads and kicked into the grave,” he said, according to the transcript translation, which was also reported in the New York Times.

Monday, October 5, 2020

2 Rohingyas killed in clash over establishing supremacy


Dhaka Tribune
Abdul Aziz, Cox’s Bazar
October 4th, 2020
File photo of Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar Syed Zakir Hossain/Dhaka Tribune

The deceased has been identified as Imam Sharif, 30, and Shamsul Alam, 28

Two Rohingyas were killed and 10 others of the community were injured in sporadic clashes at Kutupalong Rohingya camp in the early hours of Sunday in Cox's Bazar's.

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Bomb kills Rohingya boy in Myanmar's troubled Rakhine

AA
Kyaw Ye Lynn
YANGON, Myanmar
06.03.2020
Boy was 12 years old, blasts in 2 Muslim villages, says police official 
A Rohingya Muslim boy was killed and five others injured in a series of bombings in Myanmar's conflict-hit Rakhine state, according to officials on Friday.

"We received reports of blasts in two Muslim villages today," said a local police officer on condition of anonymity as he was not the authorized spokesperson.

The slain boy is 12 years old, he added.
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