Archive for February, 2017


Bengali man sentenced to death for violent attack against border guard police headquarters

Sittwe District Court has given a death sentence to a Bengali man who led the violent attacks against the headquarters of the Border Guard Police in Maungdaw and Rathedaung townships, Lt-Col Win Naung from Sittwe District Police Force confirmed to Narinjara News.

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Around 1,000 ethnic Arakanese from Maungdaw Township protest against May Yu FM

Around 1,000 ethnic Arakanese staged a protest against the Burmese government for broadcasting in the Bengali language on May Yu FM in Maungdaw, Buthidaung, and Rathedaung townships in the Arakan State on 10 February.

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Campaign held in Thilawa Port to let Malaysia know that Burma has no Rohingyas

Around 100 people staged a campaign yesterday at the entrance of Thilawa Port in Rangoon, where an aid ship from Malaysia has been docked, to let the diplomats and international media know that there are not any Rohingyas in Burma and there are only Bengalis in the country, the campaign’s leader U Win Ko Ko Latt (Law) told Narinjara News.

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Ancient gold artefacts found on a hill near Arakan State’s old Danyawaddy city

Ancient gold artefacts have been found on a hill near the old Danyawaddy city in Mrauk U Township of the Arakan State.

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88 – Rakhine Generation Social Development Organisation holds press conference in Sittwe

The 88 - Rakhine Generation Social Development Organisation (RGSDO) held a press conference on its annual meeting at the Ariyan Hall in Sittwe at 10 am on 5 February.

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