Death toll in Indonesian anti-terror raids reaches seven
Indonesian police have shot dead seven terror suspects in raids over the past two days, including several with alleged links to a plot to bomb the Burmese embassy, officials said Thursday
Indonesian police in shoot-out with Burma embassy bomb plot suspects
Indonesian anti-terror police exchanged fire Wednesday with four men holed up in a house and suspected of involvement in a plot to bomb the Burmese embassy
Buddhists protest the resettlement of Rohingya Muslims
Hundreds of Buddhist residents in western Burma’s Arakan state took to the streets this week to protest a government plan to resettle Rohingya Muslims, who were uprooted in last year’s ethno-religious clashes
Thein Sein vows to defend Muslim rights in Burma
Burma’s president on Monday pledged to uphold the "fundamental rights" of Muslims in strife-torn Arakan state, in the wake of deadly religious unrest that has spread across the country.
Two suspects held in Indonesia over Burma embassy bomb plot
Indonesian anti-terrorist police have detained two men suspected of planning a bomb attack on the Burmese embassy in Jakarta on Friday in the wake of fresh violence against Muslims in Burma
Seven Rohingyas arrested for refusing to register as ‘Bengali’
Seven Rohingyas were arrested at a displacement camp in northern Arakan state late last month, after an altercation with officials who tried to force them to register as “Bengalis” on a regional census
Buddhists and Muslims remain divided
Rohingya Muslims and Arakan Buddhists living in western Burma remain divided - and there is little hope the two groups will ever live peacefully together.
Fresh anti-Muslim riots erupt in central Burma
Police in central Burma fired warning shots to disperse a crowd after a mosque and shops were attacked on Tuesday, in the latest religious unrest to hit the country
Ko Ko Gyi at press conference
At a press conference on Monday, Arakan Commission member Ko Ko Gyi said the situation in Arakan state needs time.
Commission calls for troops to be doubled in Arakan state
A government-backed commission has recommended doubling armed troops in Arakan state to enforce security and segregation between Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists
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