The recent death of a Bangladeshi intelligence officer was blamed on a group linked to the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army.
Various Rohingya organizations have formed the Arakan Rohingya National Alliance to demand human rights in a future democratic Myanmar.
Firing along the border reportedly broke with a Rohingya armed group, leaving a 20-year-old Rohingya woman and a Bangladeshi officer dead and an agent heavily injured.
A woman in her 90s was among those shot dead in the Ponnagyun Township village, residents said.
The separatist group claims to have killed regime soldiers in clashes across the state.
A teenager and her parents were killed in their sleep when regime troops fired shells at villages in Kyauktaw Township.
The visiting delegation has pledged to stop violating the border and apologizes for causing death and destruction since August.
The Bangladeshi military has been criticized for welcoming regime commanders a month after Dhaka said it would respond if cross-border shelling continued.
Rakhine State residents say civilians are being held for ransom or are facing trumped-up charges.
The Arakan Army has so far worked to protect Rohingya and involve the Muslim community in its administration.
Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen says there were regular explosions in Bangladesh’s territory until China intervened.
A 14-year-old girl in Rakhine State and two six-year-old Chin State boys were killed by regime shelling.
A key component of the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor, the $180-million facility in Kyaukphyu shows that Beijing is forging ahead with its investments in the country.
Analysis of the military’s deployments nationwide reveal that the army is severely overstretched and only able to defend cities, major roads and hilltop bases.
Regime personnel captured by the Arakan Army were killed and wounded when junta jets bombed the cells where they were detained.