EU announces additional aid of 3M euros to address Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh & Myanmar
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 () The European Union has announced additional aid of three million euros to address the pressing needs of the Rohingyas both in Bangladesh and Myanmar. Making the announcement, EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid Cristos Stylianides said, the funding comes on top of the 12 million euros aid announced in May 2017 when he visited Rakhine State.
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Footage received by the Reuters news agency over the weekend showed the aftermath following fires in at least eight villages where the Muslim minority is said to have...
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