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Arakan Conflict: The Rates of Death and Displacement Can Be Much Higher

Arakan Conflict: The Rates of Death and Displacement Can Be Much Higher

News June 26, 2012 at 5:19 am 0 comments

ShareJune 26, 2012 at 5:30 am MMT MMSY News   Yangon – The Arakan conflict in western Burma might have taken many more lives than the official report of 50 plus deaths.  According to sources from Arakan state, more Rohingyas have been killed, but an exact number of deaths andRead More

The lentil storehouses, owned by Burmese Muslims, had been set fire

News June 19, 2012 at 4:14 pm 0 comments

ShareJune 19, 2012 On yesterday, 12.30am, the lentil storehouses had been set fire in Ta Zaung Yoe village which is located in between two well-known towns, Yekyi and Athote, in Ayeyarwaddy division. Arson was allegedly started by four stranger Buddhist monks and which completely destroyed a storehouse and a motorbikeRead More

A Mosque Damaged by unknown group in Yangon

A Mosque Damaged by unknown group in Yangon

News June 16, 2012 at 10:12 pm 0 comments

Share Waqf Jame Mosque, Koatkine Mosque in Bahan Township at Gabaaye Pagoda Road and an antique shop located next to the mosque had been damaged by an unidentified group wearing black dresses today at 2:30 in the early morning. It is a famous old mosque frequently visited by international diplomatsRead More

Emergency Rule In Rakhine May Be Lifted Soon, Says Myanmar Envoy

News June 11, 2012 at 10:00 pm 0 comments

Share— BERNAMA KUALA LUMPUR, June 11 (Bernama) — The emergency rule imposed on the Rakhine Region of Myanmar following clashes between Buddhists and Muslims last Friday is expected to be lifted in a few more days, Myanmar Ambassador to Malaysia U Tin Latt said. “Our President has declared a periodRead More

Ten Myanmar Muslims were killed by Rakhine people in Western Myanmar

Ten Myanmar Muslims were killed by Rakhine people in Western Myanmar

News June 4, 2012 at 2:19 pm 0 comments

ShareEthnic Arakan, also known as Rakhine, killed ten Myanmar Muslims in barbaric and in-human manner yesterday in a sectarian attack. While a group of Myanmar Muslims were traveling back to Yangon from Arakan State on a bus, at Taung-kout, a small town of 300 residents, local ethnic Arakan had stoppedRead More