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Fire seen in Myanmar village, Rohingya huddle in Bangladesh

Seattle Times Friday, 15 September 2017 ()
TUMBRU, Bangladesh (AP) — Flames could be seen in a Myanmar village from a Bangladeshi border point where the Rohingya Muslims who lived there had escaped and then watched as their homes burned. Smoke billowed from a burning home in the Rakhine state village of Tumbru on Friday. Some residents now huddled on the Bangladeshi […]
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Bangladesh calls for "safe zones" for fleeing Rohingya Muslims 00:55

More than a thousand Rohingya children have arrived in Bangladesh on their own according to the UN’s child rights agency, UNICEF. Children make up around 60 percent of the estimated 400,000 people that have fled Myanmar’s counter-insurgency operation over the past month. Many have seen family...

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