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Tough conditions for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh: US

Zee News Wednesday, 8 November 2017
The scale of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh is "immense" and while the host nation has been "generous" in its efforts, the situation requires a lot more work, a top US official who recently visited Bangladesh has said.
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News video: Rohingya Refugees Cannot Return Until Myanmar Citizens Accept Them, Says Army Chief

▶ Rohingya Refugees Cannot Return Until Myanmar Citizens Accept Them, Says Army Chief 03:21

Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh camps will only be allowed to return to Myanmar if "real … citizens” accept them, military Commander-in-Chief Min Aung Hlaing said on November 16.More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled to southeastern Bangladesh from northern Rakhine state after a violent...

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