Food and other supplies will be distributed to ethnic Rakhine people and Rohingya Muslims in three townships.
A rightwing political party has been putting up billboards across Jammu city asking refugees to leave.
The country’s newly appointed national security advisor says the situation there has now stabilized.
Chinese are crossing the border and growing crops in the Man Waing Gyi area of Mansi township.
Police and the military are on the lookout for Aung Win Khaing for orchestrating the assassination of Ko Ni.
More than 1,400 tons of food and relief supplies are being delivered to refugee camps in southeastern Bangladesh.
Those involved in the illegal operation face punishment of one to seven years in prison and fines.
The group has questioned villagers about accusations of rape and other violence against Rohingya Muslims, but says no one can corroborate the accounts.
The Nautical Aliya is carrying relief supplies for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar.
Thirteen other Rohingyas are standing trial for their parts in deadly raids on border guard posts in northern Rakhine state.
The owner of the small mine where the accident occurred was among the dead, a local official says.
The body is investigating U.N. allegations of human rights violations by security forces in northern Rakhine state.
The news comes as the military forms its own inquiry board to look into U.N. allegations of ‘ethnic cleansing.’
Reports of abuses spark reactions from Pope Francis and the United Nations.
Bangladesh has asked the international community to help it move 400,000 refugees off-shore.
Children of unregistered refugees are not allowed to attend local public schools.
The Arakan Liberation Party has objected to a decision by a joint committee to not allow it to hold regional talks before the national-level summit.