More than 500 suspected ARSA insurgents are named but list has no further information.
Tun Khin, president of the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK, says those who fled to Bangladesh during a military crackdown will still have no rights if they return to Myanmar.
Many among Muslim refugee community from Myanmar believe that birth control is a sin.
The violence comes a day after Aung San Suu Kyi's visit to the conflict-torn region.
Almost 200 people have drowned since Aug. 25 in waters dividing Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Htay Aung of the National Farmer’s Union went to meet village authorities and was attacked by more than 20 assailants.
The state counselor discusses humanitarian work and stresses the need for people to live peacefully in the ethnically and religiously divided region.
About 100 refugees are caught daily trying to sneak into cities for work, official says.
A government spokesman says Bangladesh disagrees with certain terms of a 1993 agreement allowing the return of those who can prove residence in Myanmar.