Seven of those detained are suspected of attending a military training camp in northern Arakan State.
Documents show 423 men and boys are currently detained under ‘Unlawful Association’ law in Arakan State, 13 of them are minors.
The Kofi Annan-led commission’s recommendations include the closure of IDP camps and better training for security forces.
Annual household survey in Muslim areas of northern Arakan State means returning refugees could face immigration charges.
Maungdaw District administrator confirms that NVC holders from the area may travel to the Bangladeshi border, but need permission to visit Sittwe.
Yanghee Lee says authorities may be using bureaucratic means to expel Muslim minority from northern Arakan State.
Group claiming responsibility for October attacks in Arakan State linked to Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, has been recruiting since early last year.
EU draft resolution for Human Rights Council falls short of commission of inquiry, as UN rights boss renews call for such a probe.
At a rare press conference in Naypyidaw, top generals say security operations were necessary to defend the country.
As methamphetamine rises sharply in Bangladesh, authorities say many Rohingya refugees are drug mules of ‘yaba’ pills.
Special Rapporteur to Burma Yanghee Lee says that violence reported by refugees in Bangladesh is ‘far more extensive’ than she speculated.
Authorities confirm an investigation into the deaths of two prisoners in police custody, and say it is not the only such case being looked into.
‘Let us continue the pilgrimage to peace—not return to war.’ His Eminence Cardinal Charles Bo makes a plea for peace and an end to conflict in Myanmar.
Bangladesh’s foreign minister says the arrival of refugees from Burma is having an adverse impact on the local population and undermining security.
Government security forces are ambushed by 30 unidentified gunmen on the border with Bangladesh.