Since the Tatmadaw has been arresting local people for questioning, more than 1000 people from Pan Myaung village are fleeing their homes to safety in order to avoid being detained.

“They are ordered to serve two years imprisonment for the charge under section 505(b)- and 20-years imprisonment for the charge under section 122. The judge ordered the sentences to run concurrently, and reduce the detention period,”

On that day, eight trucks from the Tatmadaw entered into the Mrauk-U town in the afternoon and started shooting from Htammariz ward, an official of the Mrauk-U Youth Association (MUYA).

The Arakan Army sees an invitation by the National Reconciliation and Peace Center (NRPC) to eight non-signatories to the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) is a step in the right direction.

The committee released a statement on March 18 in which it said that it felt extremely sorry for the people affected by the armed conflicts and called on the government to provide humanitarian aid as quickly as possible for displaced people.

An investigation tribunal has been established today (March 18) to review the findings regarding the incidents related to the attack by the ARSA insurgency group in Buthidaung and Maungdaw, the Tatmadaw True News Information Team said in a statement.

a booth near Htoke Kan Thein pagoda and the Anaut Myay Htel pagoda in Mrauk U have been damaged by the conflict between Tatmadaw and Arakan Army.

Three civilians from Kyauktaw and Mrauk-U Townships in Rakhine State received injuries from artillery shells on Saturday.

Although she has poor eyesight, she can recall the memories from the past, and she had been displaced in the war under the Japanese reign during the Second World War.

Ancient pagodas are destroyed because of heavy weapon shells while the government said it was trying to list Mrauk-U region as world heritage site.

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