Four repatriated families will pay down payments of 1-4 million kyats for apartments in Rangoon’s Hlaing Tharyar Township.
Civil society and legal representatives have reportedly been unable to meet four remaining detainees, who authorities allege have ties to the TNLA.
Ko Shan, the owner of the money exchange shop, says he lost ‘about 50 million kyats.’
NLD lawmakers call for effective use of international loans that have been provided in support of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and democratic reform in Burma.
‘We don't want any more of Mong Ko to be burned down.’ says TNLA spokesman. ‘So we made the decision not to control the town any longer.’
Protests accusing ‘interference’ greet the commission’s first trip to northern Arakan State.
‘We have a plan to allocate a budget for the student union building in the next fiscal year,’ the deputy education minister tells the Lower House.
The defense minister encourages Parliament to urge a halt to aid, relief, and medical treatment in areas controlled by the KIA, MNDAA, TNLA and AA.
‘Some don’t have the courage to achieve peace, when mistrust [between communities] is bigger than the desire for peace,’ says Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
A commission to investigate attacks in Arakan State is formed, nearly two months after clashes broke out between government troops and militants.
As the delegation begins a second regional visit, local organizations say they will not meet them unless they refrain from using the term ‘Rohingya.’
‘Now let’s go back to our territory and launch this war again,’ says TNLA Col Tar Phone Kyaw, as talks fail to materialize.
YCDC relocates 1,600 street vendors to a night market and orders thousands more to only occupy downtown streets outside of major roads.
Six Buddhist and Muslim youths from the Arakan capital of Sittwe meet with Kofi Annan and the Arakan State Advisory Commission in Rangoon.
‘We are working to prevent a similar attack at the pagoda, like what happened in the bombing at the Rangoon divisional government,’ says a trustee.