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Showing posts with label school. Show all posts
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Saturday, September 24, 2022

In Myanmar, Grief and Fury After an Attack on a School

The New York Times  
By Sui-Lee Wee
Sept. 23, 2022

 Eleven children died when soldiers fired on the school, where they said rebels had taken cover. “This is a war crime,” said a U.N. expert.


Damage from the Sept. 16 attack on a school in Let Yet Kone village, in the Sagaing region of central Myanmar. Credit...Social Media, via Reuters
 
 It was the noon hour, and children were playing outside the school, squeezing in their last few minutes of fun before lessons began. Suddenly, there came the roar of helicopters overhead.

Bhone Tayza, 7, looked up. His cousin shouted at him to run, and both of them dashed to hide in a hole in the trunk of a tamarind tree. Then Bhone Tayza remembered he had left his school bag in his classroom and ran back to get it. Soldiers started firing rockets.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

HRW to Bangladesh: Give Rohingya Children Formal Schooling.

RADIO FREE ASIA
2019-04-02


yasmin, a Rohingya who was expelled from Leda High School for being a child of a refugee, helps her younger sister to study in Leda camp in Teknaf, Bangladesh, March 5, 2019.
Reuters


Human Rights Watch on Tuesday called on Bangladesh to offer Rohingya refugees formal secondary education, saying school officials in the southeast had expelled scores of Rohingya children because they lacked citizenship papers although they were born inside the country.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

( 20.11.2016 ) Maungdaw schools reopen but pupils scarce

Submitted by Eleven on Sun, 11/20/2016 
Writer: Kyi Naing

A basic high school in Maungdaw (Photo – Thar Shwe Oo)

Although teachers were sent to schools in Maungdaw, there are few pupils attending. 

“Schools have re-opened but teachers and medics fear being attacked. There are few pupils because they are scared of passing through Muslim villages. They dare not leave their villages,” Aung Win, the chairperson of an investigation team on the October 9 Maungdaw attack.

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