Japan to provide 3 million to Myanmar for Rohingya return

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Japan grants Myanmar 3 million to repatriate Rohingya Muslims DW

- dw.com
13 Jan 2018
Japan's Foreign Minister Taro Kono on Friday urged Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi to safely repatriate Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Rakhine state, as the Japanese government pledged 330 million Japanese yen ($2.5 million; $3 million) to help facilitate the process.

Myanmar government to provide loans to livestock sector

13 Jan 2018
The Myanmar government said it will provide a loan of USD 520 million at low interest rate to the agriculture and livestock sectors and small and medium enterprises under the medium-term plan. With the loan, the livestock sector is likely to improve this year, said U Win Kyaing, Secretary of Myanmar Fishery Federation. Meanwhile, three marine breeding zones will be set up ...
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Rohingya From Rakhine State In Myanmar Has Become A Burning Issue

- pebbleinthestillwaters.com
13 Jan 2018
This is now causing a huge conflict beteen Myanmar and Bangladesh. That in turn is causing turbulence in Southeast Asia. In fact, there have been explosions near the Myanmar Bangladesh border. António Guterres , Secretary-General, United Nations, states the situation as very serious. As a matter of fact, Rohingya is not a new issue in Myanmar. It was like a sleeping ...

Rohingya insurgents say 10 found in Myanmar grave 'innocent civilians Malay Mail Online

13 Jan 2018
Staff members carry the body of Momtaz Ullah, a Rohingya refugee who was killed at Kutupalong camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh January 13, 2018. -- Reuters picYANGON, Jan 13 -- Rohingya Muslim insurgents said today that ten Rohingya found in a mass grave in Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state last month were "innocent civilians", and not members of their group.
- themalaymailonline.com

Japan to provide 3 million to Myanmar for Rohingya return

- buzzort.com
13 Jan 2018
Kono's three-day visit to Myanmar includes traveling to northern Rakhine, from where more than 650,000 Rohingya fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape the military's brutal crackdown. Humanitarian groups and media have been strictly prohibited from traveling to the affected areas.
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