Police recovered two blood-stained bodies of an elderly couples from Marma-dominated Chotopara area in Bandarban's Lama on Saturday.
The victims were identified as Kya Hla Marma, 75, and his wife Ching|Details
The 10-member delegation of Myanmar government on Monday visited two more Rohingya camps for the second day to learn of their status first-hand.
They visited an unregistered Rohingya camp in Ukhia|Details
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