Rohingya Daily News 17 November 2016 Arakan Times

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Myanmar army intensifies violence in Maungdaw North
AT Correspondent, Maungdaw
Myanmar government forces have torched hundreds of houses, arrested dozens of innocent civilians while killed two innocent men in intensified crackdown at various areas of Maungdaw north today, 16 November, 2016 since morning. http://www.arakantimes.org/2016/11/16/myanmar-army-intensifies-violence-in-maungdaw-north/

No #Security and No #Justice for #Rohingyas?
#RohingyaUnderAttack #PrayForRohingya #DontForgetRohingya
#Save_Rohingya #StopRohingyaGenocide

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Former UN chief ‘deeply concerned’ over Myanmar violence
November 16, 2016
Former UN chief Kofi Annan has expressed “deep concern” over violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state where the military killed dozens of people over the weekend, sending hundreds of Rohingya fleeing to Bangladesh.
The military has locked down a strip of land along the border, an area largely home to the oppressed Muslim minority, since deadly raids on police posts last month. http://www.arakantimes.org/2016/11/16/former-un-chief-deeply-concerned-over-myanmar-violence/


#Breaking News: Corpse found floating in shrimp lake in #Maungdaw
AT Staff Report
Hundreds of Rohingya have been killed in the deadly violence of Myanmar government forces against the persecuted Rohingya Muslims since the fresh crackdown launched since 12 November in Maungdaw North.
http://www.arakantimes.org/2016/11/16/breaking-news-corpse-found-floating-in-shrimp-lake-in-maungdaw/
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