Rohingya people

We did not let the Taliban dictate to us when we gave asylum to Malala Yousafzai, so why are we capitulating now?
Protests erupted at a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh over plans to repatriate the group to Myanmar. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya muslims fled Myanmar last year after the government violently cracked down on the group. The violence was met with global condemnation and accusations of genocide and ethnic cleansing.
Almost a year since the government acknowledged what “looks like ethnic cleansing”, here's what needs to happen
It’s been a year since a wave of violence forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people out of Myanmar into neighbouring Bangladesh. The Muslim minority had experienced discrimination and violence for years before. But with 380,000 children in refugee camps, UNICEF is warning of a “lost generation” without access to aid or education.
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The conditions in the world’s largest refugee camp are like nothing I could have imagined
Around the world the incidence of mass atrocities are rising yet these crimes can often be prevented
Nearly one million Rohingya refugees have fled across the border from Myanmar