Suu Kyi meets with the Sultan of Brunei


Surviving eight Hindu women and eight children arriving back in Myanmar haven’t seen family members yet

Although eight Hindu women and eight children, who were abducted by ARSA extremist terrorists to a refugee camp in Bangladesh, arrived back in Myanmar, they have not seen their family members up till now, sources from the rescue camp in Sittwe said.

ARSA extremist terrorists spared eight Hindu women because of their beauty and then took them to a refugee camp in Bangladesh. Eight Hindu women and eight children are from Yebawkya village. All of them arrived back in Myanmar with the help of security forces.

Daily Eleven interviews with Islamist Bengali about situations after the August 25 terrorist attacks

The Daily Eleven newspaper had an exclusive interview with an Islamist Bengali about relations between ethnics and Bengalis, buying and selling matters, business, concerns and aspirations and so on after ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists had launched coordinated terrorist attacks that started on August 25 at an Arabic school in Pantawpyin village, Maungdaw, northern Rakhine State.

Q: How did you live and eat following the well-organized terrorist attacks launched by ARSA extremist terrorists?

State Counselor attends Brunei King’s Golden Jubilee of accession to the throne

The State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi attended a celebration to mark the Golden Jubilee of accession to the throne of Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah.

The State Counselor was accompanied by Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs Kyaw Tin and other officials.  She was welcomed at the Brunei airport by attorney general of Brunei, commander-in-chief and Myanmar ambassador Cho Tun Aung and embassy officials.

Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah, 71, is the world’s second longest reigning monarch. He succeeded as sultan in October 4th, 1967.

DG of State Counsellor Office says the Govt. won’t accept UN fact-finding mission

A request for permitting United Nations’ fact finding mission in Rakhine State won’t be allowed according to government’s former decision says Director-General Zaw Htay of State Counsellor Office on October 6th.

1988 group of student leaders push on with party-organising committees in regions

The formation of party-organising committees in seven regions is the top priority for the leaders of the 1988 generation of student leaders, sources say.
In states with ethnic populations, the group would focus on forming alliances with indigenous people’s parties, according to Ye Naing Aung, member of the central committee for party-building.
“It’s not that we won’t to do any activities in ethnic states. We will focus on making alliances with ethnic parties. But first the regions are a priority,” Ye Naing Aung said.

Myanmar government’s willingness to discuss those arriving in Bangladesh proves allegations of genocide totally wrong

Thaung Tun, National Security Adviser, said in his statement to the United Nations Security Council on September 28 that Myanmar government’s willingness to discuss reacceptance for those who are arriving in Bangladesh proved international allegations of ‘genocide’ totally wrong, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported on October 3.

Eight Hindu women and ten children taken away by ARSA terrorists to Bangladesh arrive back in Myanmar safe and sound

Eight Hindu women who mentioned the place where Hindu bodies were buried over the phone and their ten children returned from the refugee camp in Bangladesh, Tatmadaw (Defence Services) reported on October 4.

They and their children who were abducted by ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists were brought to Bangladesh and they all are from Yebawkya village. They were brought back with a police escort, the report said.

State Counsellor to pay a visit to Brunei soon

State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi will pay a visit to Brunei Darussalam before long to attend the Golden Jubilee gala of King Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah's succession to the throne.

At the invitation of King Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi will go to Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei to attend attend the Golden Jubilee gala of King Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah's succession to the throne, State-run dailies reported on October 3.

Bangladeshi home minister to visit Myanmar soon

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal of Bangladesh will pay a visit to Myanmar soon, a report of the State Counsellor Office said on October 3.

Myanmar goodwill delegation led by Kyaw Tint Swe, Minister for State Counsellor Office held a discussion about Rakhine issue with Bangladeshi officials in Bangladesh from October 1 to 3.

During his visit, Minister Kyaw Tint Swe handed over an invitation of Lt-Gen Kyaw Shwe, Myanmar’s Deputy Minister for Home Affairs to Bangladeshi Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal.