By Rohingya Mirror Buthidaung, Arakan State (Rohingya Vision) — Myanmar’s Military arrested seven Rakhine men for the possession of illegal weapons in Rathedaung Township during a raid in the last week of April, reliable sources said. Around 50 military personnel
Says survivor; many who could not afford to pay ransom were shot or clubbed to death The Nation/ANN Kuramia, a migrant, paid out Bt 95,000 in ransom to save his nephew Kazim, who was being held at a border camp.
By Rohingya Mirror Buthidaung, Arakan State (Rohingya Vision) — Myanmar’s military arrested more than 100 Rohingyas in Buthidaung Township last Friday and forcibly took them as porters to the frontline of its ongoing battle with Arakan Army (AA), according to
By Rohingya Mirror and HN Ahmed Maungdaw, Arakan State (Rohingya Vision) — The village In-Charge of Duchiradan, a Rohingya village hit by the state-sponsored violence in early 2014, was killed by some unknown assailants yesterday morning, according to reliable sources.
By Saiful Rohin Rohingya Vision There is a growing recognition that the continued persecution of the Rohingya minority represents a serious threat not only to Myanmar but also all ASEAN countries. It must be addressed urgently by all Asean’s members
Washington D.C. — BROUK President Tun Khin Received LEADERSHIP AWARD in Washington DC and Urged for Immediate Stronger Action to end Persecution against Rohingya. BROUK President Tun Khin received Richard C. Holbrooke Leadership award from Refugees International in Washington DC
By Ziaur Rahman Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The UN calls Myanmar’s Rohingya community one of the world’s most persecuted minorities in the world. “Still no Legal or other means of action is taken against Myanmar. Demonstrations are going on all around
By Rohingya Mirror Maungdaw, Arakan (Rohingya Vision) — A Rohingya was killed by Rakhine extremists in northern Maungdaw on April 15, whereas several other innocent Rohingyas were arrested and few were critically injured by the random firing into the crowd
By Rohingya Eye Maungdaw, Arakan State (Rohingya Vision) – Myanmar’s authority collaborate with the human traffickers in order to facilitate the trafficking of the Rohingya people from the Arakan State to Malaysia via Thailand, according to the reliable sources. Besides,
By Rohingya Mirror Buthidaung, Arakan State (Rohingya Vision) – Myanmar’s Police arrested eight Rakhine men in Buthidaung Township on Tuesday morning for unknown reasons, the reliable sources said. A team of police personnel from Buthidaung Police station raided tea-shops, homes