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Feature: Rohingya refugees continue to face discrimination in Myanmar as they deal with grave limitations in practically all areas of life including access to basic healthcare, writes Urvashi Sarkar.

Investigation: With a surging population and no alternative fuel available, trees are being cut down at an alarming rate, increasing the threat of landslides in monsoon season, reports Kaamil Ahmed.

People just keep coming

John Kahler

People just keep coming

Comment: Members of the Rohingya ethnic group who have already fled to Bangladesh are refugees, and should be recognised as such, writes paediatrician John Kahler.

UN aid visit to Myanmar thwarted by 'bad weather'

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UN aid visit to Myanmar thwarted by 'bad weather'

A UN visit to Myanmar's conflict-battered Rakhine state was postponed Thursday, thwarting efforts to reach the epicentre of violence since the ...

Rohingya exodus has ground to a halt: Bangladesh officials

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Rohingya exodus has ground to a halt: Bangladesh officials

The influx of Myanmar refugees to Bangladesh has come to a halt, Dhaka officials said on Saturday, which Rohingya Muslim leaders claim is ...

Robert Cusack

Thousands of Muslims flee state violence in Myanmar

A UN-sponsored commission called the ethnic violence against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims a 'human rights crisis' in a new report.

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Thousands of Rohingya exposed after Cyclone Mora destroys homes

Cyclone Mora swept through Bangladesh on Wednesday, sweeping away thousands of primitive huts that many of the Rohingya Muslim refugees were ...

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