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Khine Sitt Thwee 4h
I think & are going to crazy when they handle issues.
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jackson🇲🇲 Jul 12
More than 2000years ago .. The beauty of them..
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Kirt Mausert Jul 12
By eschewing class-based politics and embracing liberal-nationalist politics, both and leaders, often themselves relatively wealthy elites, have kept Arakan divided and under Bamar domination. There. Someone had to bloody say it already.
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Phil Robertson Jul 14
Yet another sham investigation and cover-up on the way in state. When will the military & gov't recognize they are fooling no one with such "investigations"? There needs to be a truly independent, international investigation of these deaths in custody
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Maharazr မဟာရာဇာမင္း Jul 12
Replying to @DDNewsLive
She must regret all what her fabricated fake news,Bangladeshi illegal migrants bengali to spurious Name fake identity rohinger,stirring up issue as religious, bullshit genocide, all bloodshed of indigenous soak in ground will curse follow her now n after life
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Voice of Arakan 10h
+3,400 IDPs affected by in Mrauk-U Township State. IDPs were already in poor conditions and are in need of aid, particularly shelter and NFIs. Food needs likely increase.
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Kirt Mausert Jul 12
elites have failed to achieve a more secure position for ordinary Rohingya by not building better bridges to nationalists, viewing them as rivals. The root of the crisis in Arakan is not relations between these two communities, but Bamar domination of both.
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May Wong Jul 10
Replying to @MayWongCNA
says 1 of those investigated has "direct relationship with a key leader" and they have been soliciting funds and organizing events to "propagate the 's cause and to rally support for the 'fatherland'". Singapore says the individuals will be
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Digvijay Jul 14
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Theresa Lou 11h
I’m still waiting for Pompeo to call what happened in what it is:
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Toe Oung Jul 12
Another weekend at Yangon office. Her Excellency Special Envoy of the UNSG Ms. Christine Burgener n team were explained how humanitarian assistance, resettlement and development works are carried out in , .
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BHRN Jul 8
Situation Continuing to Deteriorate During Conflict
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pyaezone Jul 15
What an irony! One is a dutch politician who worked along side for commission. One is a historian. They have blocked me long time ago even though I have never once personally trolled them. If ppl like them can't take opposing views and facts, who can?
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Stephan Sakalian 23h
season is resulting in severe flooding across . The is providing help to many affected communities in Mon, Sagaing and . In the past few days: 2000 people evacuated 🛥 1100 hygiene materials 🧼 300 shelter tools kits 🧰
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Voice of Arakan Jul 15
"While flood is killing people in , internet access remains shut down since 21 June, and aid organizations have reported disruption to their activities. State authorities restrict humanitarian access to parts of Mrauk-U, particularly to rural areas."
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Theingi Lynn Jul 15
🌊Flood doesn't stop us from working! ☔️PIN team in Minbya, State is working hard despite regular monsoon flood and irregular Internet shutdown.
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UEHRD In Rakhine Jul 15
UNSG's Special Envoy meets with Team on 13th July, 2019 and the team explains how humanitarian assistance, resettlement and development works are carried out in ,
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UEHRD In Rakhine Jul 15
UNSG's Special Envoy visits Thetkel Pyin IDP camp and meets with displaced people in the camp
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UEHRD In Rakhine Jul 15
At the on-going 41st Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Permanent Representative reiterated Myanmar’s full commitment in ensuring accountability for alleged human rights violations in if there is concrete evidence
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LaetitiavandenAssum Jul 14
: internet shutdown in & -now in week 4- is an indiscriminate measure. It should stop. It has a dramatic & inhumane effect on all communities,who now also suffer from severe flooding: the Rakhine, the remaining Rohingya, Hindus, Khami, Kaman, Mro & others.
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