A series of bombs exploded at three government sites in the capital of Rakhine State
‘Sittwe’ follows the lives of a Rohingya girl and a Buddhist boy in troubled Rakhine State.
The ten men were allegedly part of a 300-strong mob armed with slingshots and petrol bombs that stopped a Red Cross aid shipment to Maungdaw.
Members of the mob that attacked a boat full of aid bound for Maungdaw face unlawful assembly and mischief charges.
A crowd of 300 throw petrol bombs at a Red Cross aid shipment to conflict-torn Maungdaw before being dispersed by rubber bullets and tear gas.