Buddhist monks and nationalists assembled outside the US embassy in April to denounce the use of the term “Rohingya” in an embassy statement.
“The fisheries department intends to ensure there is no shortage of fish despite the ongoing violence in Maungdaw.”
“Whether the Ma Ba Tha continues or ceases to exist depends entirely on the policies of the NLD government,” said Nandar Hla Myint.
According to a statement from the State Counsellor’s Office, the trainees say they were instructed in martial arts, basic military training, and terrorism tactics.
Western nations are increasingly concerned at how Aung San Suu Kyi’s government is dealing with violence in Burma’s divided northwest.
Former UN chief Kofi Annan, who chairs a commission on resolving Arakan’s problems, voices concern as the army reports a rising death toll from recent violence in the state.