The attacks come after a period of relative calm in the town following a crackdown on youth brawls five months ago.
Four men were sentenced to ten years in prison with hard labour on Tuesday for the killing of a Muslim man during communal violence in Mandalay in early July.
A mosque, a home and a shop were vandalised as mob violence broke out again in central Burma on Saturday.
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On Monday, a curfew in Mandalay was lifted after 39 days in effect, but business as usual has not been restored in the central Burmese city.
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Burma vows to protect aid workers in Arakan State after a briefing by the Arakan Commission concluded the government’s response to the violence was “sluggish”.
Spokesperson for Malteser International, Johannes Kaltenbach speaks to DVB about the violence that kicked off in Arakan state on Wednesday, forcing 71 aid workers to evacuate.
Muslims and Buddhists who lost their homes and livelihoods due to conflict in Burma’s Arakan state, are quickly running out of food, the World Food Programme warns.
The United Nations refugee agency has released a report that coincides with World Refugee Day, that says there are now more refugees in the world than there were nearly 20[…]