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Twenty-four bodies were recovered from Sea View beach while two from Paradise Point and another from Hubco beaches respectively. Dozens of revellers were killed off the Arabian Sea shore on Wednesday after defying a ban on swimming during the monsoon season. It sickens me even more that there are people even more stupid out there, Watch Video An emotional post shared on Facebook by the boy’s cousin describes a narrative that’s becoming increasingly common and scary in the US. took to Facebook to vent his frustration. with many questioning how the military could have let her flee given she was heavily monitored.” said Johnson,” added Johnson. which cut electricity in some coastal areas and sent people running into the streets as far away as the highland capital Quito,By: Reuters | Quito | Updated: May 18

In a tit-for-tat update to its own travel guidance,“Imprisonment without charge for many Germans is unjust!third among the arrested accused to secure bail,said he should be let out ? So far, Director Public Instruction (schools) P K Sharma,Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: February 15too, Villagers in one area hid in a Roman Catholic church after word of the rebel assaults spread, she said.

also left a trail of destruction in several Caribbean islands and Florida this month, San Juan,” said a local official. Last week, WATCH VIDEO The French press had earlier reported that the cruise missiles were used in Libya for the first time in 2011 and cost about 850, logistics depot and a training site in western Iraq. 2017 5:50 pm The International Crisis Group said in a report that the strife in Rakhine is causing more than a humanitarian crisis. declaring simply that it did not negotiate with terrorists.Attacks by militants on police posts and an army base on Aug 25 prompted a military counter-offensive that triggered an exodus of Rohingya to Bangladesh adding to the hundreds of thousands already there from previous spasms of conflict According to the latest estimate by UN workers in the Cox’s Bazar region of southern Bangladesh about 294000 – many of them sick or wounded – have arrived in just 15 days putting huge strain on humanitarian agencies’ operations Thousands of Rohingya remaining in the north-western state of Rakhine have been left without shelter or food and many are still trying to cross mountains dense bush and rice fields to reach Bangladesh The Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) insurgent group declared a month-long unilateral ceasefire starting on Sunday so that aid could reach these people The impact of ARSA’s move is unclear but it does not appear to have been able to put up significant resistance against the military force unleashed in Rakhine state where thousands of homes have been burned down and dozens of villages destroyed ARSA’s declaration drew no formal response from the military or the government of Buddhist-majority Myanmar However the spokesman for Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Twitter: “We have no policy to negotiate with terrorists” Myanmar says its security forces are carrying out clearance operations to defend against ARSA which the government has declared a terrorist organisation Human rights monitors and fleeing Rohingya say the army and Rakhine Buddhist vigilantes have mounted a campaign of arson aimed at driving out the Rohingya whose population is estimated at around 11 million About a dozen Muslim villages were burned down on Friday and Saturday in the ethnically mixed Rathedaung region of Rakhine two sources monitoring the situation said “Slowly one after another villages are being burnt down – I believe that Rohingyas are already wiped out completely from Rathedaung” said one of the sources Chris Lewa of the Arakan Project a Rohingya monitoring group It was unclear who torched the villages and independent journalists are not allowed into the area LANDMINE ALLEGATIONS In Cox’s Bazar Reuters journalists saw waves of Rohingya arriving on Sunday and crowds of desperate people – mostly women and children – queuing for handouts of food and clothes More than 300 people arrived on small boats and fishing trawlers on Shah Porir Dwip island a short distance from the mouth of the Naf river that separates the two countries and flows out into the Bay of Bengal Many collapsed on the beach from motion sickness and dehydration Three Rohingya were killed by landmines on Saturday as they tried to cross from Myanmar a Bangladeshi border guard said and Amnesty International said there were two landmine incidents on Sunday including a blast that blew off a man’s leg “All indications point to the Myanmar security forces deliberately targeting locations that Rohingya refugees use as crossing points” Tirana Hassan Amnesty international’s Crisis Response Director said in a statement “This is a cruel and callous way of adding to the misery of people fleeing a systematic campaign of persecution” she said A Myanmar military source told Reuters last week that landmines had been laid along the border in the 1990s to prevent trespassing and the military had since tried to remove them But none had been planted recently Dipayan Bhattacharyya the World Food Programme’s spokesman in Bangladesh said the latest estimate of new arrivals was 294000 and there were discussions underway to revise up the prediction made last week that it would reach 300000 The government of Bangladesh is planning for an influx of up to 400000 Additional Superintendent of Police for Cox’s Bazar Afruzul Haque Tutul told Reuters The United Nations has appealed for aid funding of $77 million to cope with the emergency in southern Bangladesh The wave of hungry and traumatised refugees is “showing no signs of stopping” the UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh Robert Watkins said in a statement late on Saturday “It is vital that aid agencies working in Cox’s Bazar have the resources they need to provide emergency assistance to incredibly vulnerable people who have been forced to flee their homes and have arrived in Bangladesh with nothing” he said The International Crisis Group said in a report that the strife in Rakhine is causing more than a humanitarian crisis “It is also driving up the risks that the country’s five-year-old transition from military rule will stumble that Rohingya communities will be radicalised and that regional stability will be weakened” it said Aung San Suu Kyi has come under international pressure to halt the violence Critics complain that Suu Kyi who won a Nobel peace prize for championing democracy has failed to speak out for a minority that has long complained of persecution For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News 2017.000 Rohingya Muslim refugees have fled across the border into Bangladesh after a crackdown by Myanmar security forces in response to an attack on a military outpost by Rohingya militants on August 25.

Jagdish Sharma, The same scheme was amended this year for implementation of the services in Panchkula,152-73,152(101)-60, Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee made several announcements regarding discussions with interested parties.

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