AA captures a border post on the border with Bangladesh AA captures a border post on the border with Bangladesh

AA captures a border post on the border with Bangladesh

AA captures a border post on the border with Bangladesh

Rakhine state Maungdaw Township and the border of Bangladesh at the Taung Pyung (right) border guard station on February 4. In the evening, the twin alliances including the Rakhine Army (AA) announced that it had been captured in the evening.

During the battle, the bodies and weapons of the military council soldiers were seized, and some AA troops were also killed, he said.

The Rakhine Army (AA) is also attacking the Taung Pryung (left) camp and has written to surrender.

Locals told RFA that the two border guard stations are joint camps of border guard police and military council troops, and are over a hundred strong.

The military council has yet to release anything about the seizure of the border guard station.

According to the Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS) news agency, a total of 58 military council soldiers and border guards were killed in Bangladesh on February 4. It is reported that they have taken refuge in the Cox's Bazar area.


More than 40 Rohingya who escaped from the Malaysian detention center were recaptured

AFP reports on February 4 that police have recaptured more than 40 Rohingya out of 131 who escaped from a detention center in Malaysia, a senior police official said.

115 Rohingya and 16 other displaced people fled last Thursday in a riot at the Bedo detention center in Perat state, northern Malaysia.

One of the Rohingya refugees died after being hit by a car while crossing the highway, according to the news.

The Perak police chief said 41 Rohingya men were recaptured from an oil palm plantation and the surrounding forest near the towns of Tapah and Bidor because of tips from the public.

Rivers and rivers for those who fled villages, The news also reported that more than 130 police and immigration officers were searching the woods.

The Rohingyas enter Malaysia either through a months-long sea journey or from Myanmar via Thailand. If they are caught, they are sent to detention centers.
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