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Thursday, October 5, 2023

2 militants killed in separate clashes at Rohingya camp

THE BUSINESS STANDARD
TBS Report
04 October, 2023,

Captain of 14 Armed Police Battalion (APBN) Mohammad Iqbal said two groups clashed over establishing dominance, where Yusuf alias Chakmaya Yusuf was kille.
Representational image. Photo: Collected
Two members of the terrorist groups Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and Rohingya Solidarity Organisation (RSO) were killed in a clash at the Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar's Ukhiya.

The attacks took place on Tuesday (3 October) night and Wednesday (4 October) morning.

Saturday, August 26, 2023

186 Rohingyas killed in internecine ARSA-RSO feuds in camps

dailyobserver
Mamunur Rashid
Saturday, 26 August, 2023

At least 186 people were killed in the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh, which can be linked to the criminal activities of different separatist groups.

Rohingya leaders said Myanmar-based armed groups Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and Arakan Solidarity Organisation (RSO) are mainly responsible for those killings. The murders were carried out in order to gain control of the narcotics and arms trade inside the camps.

Sunday, July 9, 2023

Six killed at refugee camp

THE Star
Sunday, 09 Jul 2023

SIX Rohingya refugees were killed in Bangladesh relief camp clashes that broke out hours after an International Criminal Court prosecutor visited the settlements to gather testimony.

Bangladesh is home to around a million members of the stateless minority, most of whom fled a 2017 military crackdown in neighbouring Myanmar that is now subject to a genocide probe at the UN court.

This week’s violence was the latest in a series of deadly clashes between the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and the Rohingya Solidarity Organisation (RSO), two rival insurgent groups operating in the camps.

Rohingya community leader stabbed to death in Cox's Bazar camp

Dhaka Tribune
Abdul Aziz, Cox's Bazar
Published: July 6, 2023

The miscreant fled following the crime
 

File photo of a Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh Reuters

A Rohingya community leader was killed by a miscreant in the Ukhiya Rohingya camp of Cox's Bazar Thursday morning.

The deceased is Ebadullah, 40.

Ukhiya police station Officer-in-Charge (OC) Sheikh Muhammad Ali confirmed the information and said that the miscreant stabbed Ebadullah and fled.

The process of recovering the body and sending it to Cox's Bazar Sadar Hospital morgue for post-mortem is going on, he added. 
 
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Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Cyclone Mocha may have killed ‘hundreds’ in Myanmar’s Rakhine

Aljazeera
16 May 2023

Communications problems are making it difficult to assess the extent of the damage caused by the massive storm.

There were reports of considerable damage at the camps in Rakhine where many Rohingya are forced to live [Sai Aung Main/AFP]
 
Rescue and relief efforts are under way in northwestern Myanmar and neighbouring Bangladesh after Cyclone Mocha crashed ashore, with one humanitarian group working in the affected area saying hundreds had been killed and some Rohingya camps destroyed.

Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Myanmar’s brutal, two-year war against its people, explained

VOX
By Ellen Ioanes
Apr 16, 2023,


Popular resistance, though fierce, is fragmented and outgunned by the Tatmadaw junta.

Burmese protesters gather outside the Myanmar Embassy in Thailand on February 1, 2023, to mark two years since the Myanmar military seized control from the civilian government. Peerapon Boonyakiat/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

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Ellen Ioanes covers breaking and general assignment news as the weekend reporter at Vox. She previously worked at Business Insider covering the military and global conflicts. 
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The death toll from an attack on civilians by Myanmar’s military junta continues to rise, reaching around 170 people including 30 children. Tuesday’s airstrike on the opening of an administrative office in the rebel-held village of Pazigyi is the deadliest so far since the junta took power in a coup just over two years ago.

Tuesday’s attack exemplifies the regime’s indiscriminate violence against civilians, including women and children; two years on, 3,000 civilians have reportedly been killed by the Tatmadaw, though the number of civilian deaths caused by both the junta and the resistance is likely higher. The airstrike is also indicative of the junta’s determination to retain power no matter the cost, despite its inability to maintain territorial control.

Thursday, January 19, 2023

Rohingya Refugee Killed at Myanmar Border Camp

The Irrawaddy 

By MUKTADIR RASHID
19 January 2023

Rohingyas take shelter at a primary school inside Bangladesh after attack on Thursday morning.

DHAKA – A Rohingya refugee was shot dead, two others injured and many displaced by shooting and fires at a camp in no man’s land between Bangladesh and Myanmar on Wednesday.

Gunshots were also reported on Thursday from the Konarpara camp where Squadron Leader Rizwan Rushdee of the Directorate General of Forces Intelligence (DGFI) and a young Rohingya woman were killed during an anti-smuggling operation on November 14.

Thursday, October 27, 2022

2 Rohingya men shot dead in Cox’s Bazar

The Daily Star

Star Digital Report
Thu Oct 27, 2022
Criminals shot dead two Rohingya men after picking them up from their houses in the refugee camp of Ukhiya upazila in Cox's Bazar early today (October 27, 2022).

The deceased are Ayat Ullah (40) and Mohammad Yeasin (30).

With them, at least seven Rohingya men including a child were shot dead in Cox's Bazar this month.

Today's shooting took place at Block-C in Balukhali camp around 3:30am, said Syed Harun-or-Rashid, commanding officer of Armed Police Battalion-14.

Two Rohingya men shot dead in Cox’s Bazar camp

Dhaka Tribune

Abdul Aziz, Cox's Bazar
October 27, 2022
File photo of a Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh Reuters

Two Rohingya man has been shot dead by a group of miscreants in the Kutupalong Rohingya camp of Ukhiya in Cox's Bazar.

The incident took place in the early hours of Thursday in the C block of Kutupalong camp no 17.

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Rohingya man hacked to death in Ukhiya camp

Dhaka Tribune
Tribune Desk
October 18, 2022

Two Rohingya leaders were killed in a similar fashion earlier on Saturday

Rohingya 125 Rohingyas walk on a road at a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 Allison Joyce/Dhaka Tribune

Rohingyas walk on a road at a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 Allison Joyce/Dhaka Tribune

Masked men armed with sharp weapons hacked a Rohingya man to death in Tajnimarkhola camp in Ukhiya upazila of Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday.

The deceased is Syed Hossain, 32, a resident of Tajnimarkhola camp No 19.

Armed Police Battalion spokesperson Assistant Superintendent of Police Faruq Ahmed confirmed the matter.

After father, son now killed by miscreants at Rohingya camp in Cox's Bazar

The Daily Star  

Star Digital Report
Tue Oct 18, 2022

Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar. Star file photo/Anisur Rahman

A Rohingya youth was killed by miscreants with sharp knives and shooting at Tajnimar Khola 19 camp of Palangkhali union of Ukhia upazila in Cox's Bazar.

The deceased, Syed Hossain (23), was the son of late Jamil Hossain who was killed earlier by miscreants.

The incident took place around 8pm tonight (October 18, 2022), reports our Cox's Bazar correspondent quoting Md Faruk Ahmed, assistant superintendent of police (Media) of APBn.

Monday, October 17, 2022

Two Rohingya community leaders killed at Cox’s Bazar refugee camp

bd24news.com
Cox's Bazar Correspondentbdnews24.com
Published : 15 Oct 2022, 

A group of 15 to 20 attackers hacked the victims at Balukhali camp in Ukhiya, police said


Two Rohingya community leaders have been hacked to death at a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar.

A group of 15 to 20 assailants carried out the attack at the Balukhali camp in Ukhiya on Saturday evening, police said, citing witnesses.

The victims are Mohammad Anwar, 35, head of F2 block at Thaingkhali, and the assistant head of the same block Mohammad Yunus alias Moulvi Yunus, 32.

Two Rohingya community leaders killed in Bangladesh

DAWN
AFP
Published October 17, 2022


COX’S BAZAR: A mob hacked to death two Rohingya community leaders in Bangladesh on Saturday, as security worsens in camps housing almost a million refugees.

Bangladesh has been housing Rohingya refugees in a vast sprawl of camps since they fled a military crackdown in Myanmar in 2017 that is now the subject of a genocide investigation at the UN’s top court.

The squalid settlements have seen escalating violence in recent months, with gangs trying to assert control over drug trafficking and intimidate the refugees’ civilian leadership through killings and abductions.

Saturday, September 17, 2022

Rohingya teen dies, several injured after shells fired from Myanmar land in Bangladesh

bdnews24.com 
Bandarban Correspondent
Cox’s Bazar Correspondent,
Senior Correspondentbdnews24.com
Published : 16 Sept 2022,

The shells fell on a refugee settlement across no man's land
 
A Rohin‌gya teenager has reportedly been killed and several others injured after mortar shells fired from Myanmar exploded in Bangladeshi territory, according to officials and community leaders.


The shells fell on a refugee settlement near the Tumabru and Konapara border in Bandarban's Ghumdhum Union around 8 pm on Friday, the latest in a string of violent incidents that have put residents on edge.

Mortar fired from Myanmar kills Rohingya youth in Bangladesh

Aljazeera
17 Sep 2022


More than a million Rohingya live in camps in southern Bangladesh that comprise the world’s largest refugee settlements.

Rohingya refugees gather at a market inside a refugee camp in Cox''s Bazar, Bangladesh, in 2019 [File: Mohammad Ponir Hossain/Reuters]

A Rohingya teenager has been killed and at least six people were injured when a mortar shell fired from Myanmar exploded inside Bangladesh territory, local officials and a Rohingya leader said.

The youth was killed by a mortar blast late on Friday, said Dil Mohammed, a Rohingya leader, in an area designated as no-man’s land – a strip of land along the Myanmar-Bangladesh border where an estimated 4,000 Rohingya live.

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.