Bengali terrorist attacks aimed at occupying Maungdaw and Buthidaung as Rohingya area

Terrorist attacks launching in Rakhine State were aimed at occupying Maungdaw and Buthidaung as Rohingya area and undermining administration system, Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe, Minister for Home Affairs said.

The home minister spotlighted an actual situation of terrorist acts when he gave explanations to foreign diplomats from embassies to Myanmar and UN organizations at the press briefing on terrorist acts taking place in Rakhine at the NRPC in Yangon on August 29.  

Supplies provided by international organizations and mines uncovered in Bengali extremist terrorists' active area

Supplies provided by international organizations and mines were uncovered in the area where Bengali extremist terrorists have been active, reported by the Office of Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services.

Govt, military hold preparatory meeting for next peace conference


A preliminary meeting for the third round of the 21st Century Panglong Peace Conference began in Nay Pyi Taw on August 28, sources say.

The three-day meeting at the National Reconciliation and Peace Centre includes delegates from the government, military and parliament.

Hla Maung Shwe, a member of the Peace Commission, said: “We will talk about our assessments of the last conference and topics to discuss at the next one.”

Bengali extremist terrorists strongly condemned for cruel attacks in Rakhine State

The Union Solidarity and Development Party issued a statement on August 26 condemning Bengali extremist terrorists for launching cruel attacks in Rakhine State and all of their supporters.

Those who encouraged and provided assistance to Bengali extremist terrorists, those who organized terrorist acts, those who provide finance to Bengali extremist terrorists, those who helped Bengali extremist terrorists to commit violence and all those who involved in the terrorist attacks were strongly denounced, said in the statement.

Dr Kofi Annan’s condolences go to security guards who lost life in terrorist attacks in N-Rakhine

Dr Kofi Annan, who chaired Rakhine State Advisory Commission, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, issued a statement on August 25, saying that he expressed condolences to security guards who had lost their life in the terrorist attacks happening in the northern Rakhine State.

Dr Kofi Annan said in his statement that he was too worried about the terrorist attacks currently occurring in Rakhine State and he publicly denounced the unpleasant situation as well as he felt so sad to hear the deaths of security guards.

Rakhine issue remains in critical condition, time to crack down on Bengali terrorists

Parliamentarians told the media that Rakhine issue remained in a critical condition so residents should be safeguarded and then Bengali terrorists should be cracked down.

Bengali Terrorists attacked 30 police check points in Maungdaw leaving 12 dead

The terrorist attacks are being carried out in sync with the release of the final report by Advisory Commission on Rakhine State led by Kofi Annan. According to the statement made by State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, Friday’s attacks in northern Rakhine State that saw 11 members of security forces and one immigration officer killed and 59 Bengalis terrorists were dead after Bengali terrorists  raided 30 police and military targets.

Section 66(d) 'victim' reveals suffering

A Bago Region woman says she suffered greatly from being wrongly charged with Section 66(d) of the Telecommunications Law as the case was yet to be withdrawn.

Suu Kyi meets Annan

State Counsellor Aung San 

KL embassy reacts to football attacks

The Myanmar Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, released a statement on August 24 confirming violence against Myanmar's football fans.